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The Role of Scenario Planning 2.0 in Execution Excellence: Two people planning for the future
The Role of Scenario Planning 2.0 in Execution Excellence
By Albert Durig
Our world is changing faster than ever and with those changes, we need to learn to adapt quickly and intelligently. Scenario planning 2.0 is all about how fast we can read, listen, and integrate new information and adjust our plans quickly. But what exactly is the role of scenario planning 2.0 in execution excellence? 
Survivor Syndrome: Planning for the Future in Crisis
By Fran Cherny
People are still struggling with how to adjust to the changes happening in our world today, but we still need to find a way to reconnect with our future, vision, and possibilities. How can we create a future together when there is still so much uncertainty?
Polarities at play amid COVID-19: Road leading into the future
Polarities at play amid COVID-19
By Richi Gil
To survive and thrive in these difficult times, you have to be able to put the polarities and tensions created by this hyper volatile context on the table. Talk about them with the mindset of the learner; understand how everything can be true at the same time.
Survivor Syndrome: Gather Information and Act. Pile of stones going from large to small at the top.
Survivor Syndrome: Gather Information and Act
By Thierry de Beyssac
The number one need employees and managers have in the current context is for their organization and leaders to actively listen, with empathy and compassion, to their feelings, fears, difficulties, and what support they need. This is the first step to treating any trauma. 
Scenario Planning 2.0 - Puzzle pieces being held by business people
Scenario Planning 2.0
By Fran Cherny
Traditional scenario planning considers possible future scenarios in order to formulate the best plans to tackle any given outcome. But what happens when the future suddenly seems more uncertain than ever? We are facing fast changing environments in which people and organizations are struggling with how to adjust to it all. Now the question is, how do we find the way forward?
Survivor Syndrome: Tapping into the Player Within. Image of two business women talking
Survivor Syndrome: Tapping into the Player Within
By Fran Cherny
How can leaders respond to the current challenges in a constructive way? One way is by asking people what they need to be at their best, inviting them to be players and to regain control of their situation.
Return to the new normal: Leader’s top of mind. What do you think the new normal is going to look like for you?
Return to the new normal: Leader’s top of mind
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Axialent recently hosted a live debate, Return to the new normal: Leader’s top of mind, where our two experts explored and debated global organizations' leaders' top of mind topics and how to prepare for the “new normal”.  The live webinar covered three pressing questions: 1) What do you think the “new normal” is going to look like? 2) What challenges and opportunities do you see now emerging from this crisis? and 3) What is the implication of this new normal at a leader’s personal level?
Survivor Syndrome: Building Bridges and meeting people where they are. Two hands, one on either side of a pane of glass in a window
Survivor Syndrome: Building Bridges
By Constanza Busto
If “meeting people where they are” makes us feel loved and valued and can help us thrive, why do we often experience disconnection or misunderstandings instead? And how can we increase our connection to build bridges and “meet people where they are?”
What does it mean to “put things on the table?”
Survivor Syndrome: Connecting Through Crisis
By Richi Gil
Being able to "put things on the table" and address difficult topics in an open, caring and compassionate way is a powerful way to increase connection among your employees.
Never let a good crisis go to waste: Empathy and gratitude as a character-building workout
By Oseas Ramírez
Whatever the lenses we choose to practice gratitude and empathy, they can be helpful to get some understanding of what others are living during this crisis. Realizing that can help put things in perspective - and it's one of many ways in which we can individually do our work to avoid letting this crisis go to waste.