The world has now spent more than half of the year struggling with the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic, and the long-term effects are starting to show. The IMF recently stated that the pandemic has “had a more negative impact on activity in the first half of 2020 than anticipated, and the recovery is projected to be more gradual than previously forecast.” The World Economic Forum is projecting negative economic growth for 2020.
Even as uncertainty looms about when, or even whether the pandemic will end, business leaders face intense competition, constant change, global uncertainty, and what the American Psychological Association called a “pandemic of racism.”
Tasked with maintaining productivity and profitability, protecting their employees, and building a more equitable distribution of power in this unprecedented moment, leaders are likely to make mistakes. But, they don’t have to.
In this webinar, AIIR Strategic Advisor and Executive Coach Chuck Ainsworth will moderate a panel of senior executive coaches that have spent hundreds of hours working with global leaders since the pandemic began. Together, they will discuss the three mistakes leaders are most likely to make in the next six months, and how they can avoid them.
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Chuck Ainsworth is a top executive and leadership coach, personally requested by C-suite leaders when the stakes are high. His extensive experience includes work with Fortune 500, financial services, tech, start-ups, healthcare, higher education, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, nonprofits, and the military. Recent clients have included Ford Motor Company, Salesforce.com, NFL, Porsche, University of Notre Dame, and Johnson Matthey.
A veteran who spent 13 years in the U.S. Army, Michael Burns brings unique leadership experiences and an extensive corporate background to his coaching work at AIIR. Most recently, he was a senior executive for Conduent, a Fortune 500 technology-led business process services organization with over 85,000 employees in more than 40 countries. Prior to this, Michael led the global diversity function for Citigroup.
Alessandra Ghini brings over 25 years of experience building businesses with an emphasis on strategy, brand, marketing communications, program development, and product marketing. Alessandra started her career in technology, working for Macromedia (now Adobe), HandSpring, and Apple. She has since worked in-house, as a consultant, and as an executive coach.
Charles Dormer brings over 30 years of working in healthcare and pharmaceutical R&D to his executive coaching work at AIIR. In his extensive corporate career, he has worked for some of the top pharmaceutical companies, including SmithKline Beecham, GlaxoSmithKline, Wyeth, Pfizer, and most recently as a VP of operations and strategy at AstraZeneca.
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