Richard stresses how important communication is from the leaders in the organization. He shares a story of a company using the “open-book” model so that everyone was aware of how the business was or was not growing. … Continue reading
Richard explains that things like adaptability, being innovative, improvising, being involved with their employees and they use strategic visioning to understand what challenges are coming their way are all ways of being resilient.
Richard discusses five steps that leaders and managers can use to improve the workplace.
In this podcast Richard defines resilience and how we can learn from it.
Richard examines how to focus on changing your world for greater happiness.
Richard reveals what replaces the stress management model.
Richard discusses how the stress management model is fatally flawed.
Richard discusses the reality that family owned businesses typically are the ones that last the longest. Family challenges include: succession, sibling rivalry, not wanting to air their dirty laundry and maintaining values. Factors include sensitivity to the environment, maintaining cohesiveness across the business, maintaining a core set of values and being conservative with their money.
Richard talks about how companies often have business recovery/resiliency plans but many organizations have not addressed resilience in regards to their staff members.
Richard discusses how organizations can become or maintain resilience by stressing three important factors: predictability, flexibility and timeliness. Richard also shares reasons why companies fail.