Tag Archives: Resilience

Leadership – The Ultimate Survival Factor

Over the last few months our “Resilience” webinar series has outlined a range of survival strategies – both organisational and personal. However, all of them rely on the critical ingredient of effective leadership (including leading ourselves). This webinar directly addressed the subject of effective leadership in extremely difficult circumstances, drawing upon the research and practical […]

Risk and the Winding Road to Recovery

One of the challenges to be faced by many organisations will be the non-linear and unpredictable path to recovery. So, questions arise as to how organisations are consciously managing for that unpredictability. In this webinar Roger Perry, Bevington Group’s Managing Director, talked through the top 5 strategies being deployed by organisations to deal with uncertainty. […]

Leadership and Sustained Personal Resilience

Resilience

    As weeks under stress turn to months, it is important to understand what both research and practice has to tell us about resilience and leadership. Leaders have to understand how to sustain their own focus and energy levels as the Global Viral Crisis moves from one stage of its evolution to another. The […]

Lessons we should learn from COVID-19 impacts

With a globalised COVID-19 virus killing hundreds of thousands of people, creating massive economic disruption, and heightening geopolitical tensions – the world seems to be a more fragile place. Yet, there are lessons we can take from this pandemic. Learnings which can make us stronger, more resilient, and more realistic. In this article, I will […]

Locking in the Agility Lessons from COVID-19

Many of our organisations are reporting a strange but welcome side effect of an otherwise horrific crisis – that we have been able to respond with surprising agility. Decision timelines have shortened, work habits have changed and technology usage has increased (or modified). Indeed, generally, people have been willing to be more adaptive and/or responsive. […]