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Leading Through Crisis Videos

05.27.20

A Complimentary Video Series

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Once in a while, our lives, work, and regular routines are disrupted. Those who are able to see disruption as an opportunity and adapt to new circumstances set themselves up for success. UC Berkeley Executive Education and Berkeley Haas understand the challenges and changes created by a global pandemic, and have worked together to offer a complimentary online video series to support all professionals navigating this new business climate. Award-winning researchers, professors, and industry experts share insights, best practices, and expert lessons every week on topics ranging from data literacy to resilient leadership. Expand your professional presence by adopting a systems view, becoming a changemaker, and optimizing your virtual communication.

Creating Personal Connections in a Virtual World, Mark Rittenberg
Coronomics: Foresight & Resilience in the Global Pandemic Economy, Olaf Groth
Being Your Best Video Self to Conquer the Zoomiverse, Adam Leipzig
Influence in a Virtual Space, Cameron Anderson
Leading in Crisis: Adopting a Systems View, Sara Beckman
The Value of Statistical Life, Catherine Wolfram
Crisis Communications: Stories from the Front Line, Bill Pearce
Keeping Your Head in a Crisis, Don Moore
Leading in Extreme Times, Rich Lyons
Making Sense of the Data in a Pandemic State, Zsolt Katona and Tom Lee
Resilient Leadership, Robert Strand
How Do I Show Up as a Leader?, Maura O'Neill
Organizational Adaptation in a Time of Crisis, Sameer Srivastava
Becoming a Change Maker, Alex Budak
The Neuroscience of Work-From-Home Productivity, Sahar Yousef
Leading Culture Through Crisis, Jenny Chatman
Leading in a Time of Crisis, Homa Bahrami
Handling Interruptions, Adam Leipzig