I have a feeling that this COVID-19 situation is going to be a marathon. I think it will take a while for this issue to peak in the U.S. and then the Coronavirus might come back in another wave or two. If this is a possibility, then we are going to have a new normal. This will require a new type of leadership from all of us, and I am encouraging leaders to not do an all-out sprint but to be thinking, "how do I lead my team through the next couple of tumultuous years".
When the flight attendant teaches us to use the oxygen on an airplane, the first thing they tell you to do is put your mask on first before taking care of others. We must be able to breathe in order to help others. This is a great metaphor for the time we are living in. ClickHERE to read on.
Have you noticed this contradiction? As leaders evoke the language of war to mobilize resources needed for battling the coronavirus, they also unleash fear, anxiety and panic -- the least effective ways to mobilize a human being.
How do you avoid being emotionally hijacked when dependence on fear as a motivator is so deeply embedded in the leadership psyche? How do you create the positive and sustainable energy to overcome negative emotions, counterproductive behavior, sadness and depression -- all proven enemies of the health and well-being you are trying preserve? Now more than ever, we need to invoke peace by practicing three truths of motivation. ClickHERE to learn more.
If you're ambitious, you're bound to feel like a failure from time to time. Lofty goals lead to inevitable moments when you aren't yet living up to your expectations. Real success is about who you are and how far you've come. If you ever worry that you're not as successful as you should be, you may be evaluating yourself against the wrong criteria. Sometimes you just need a reminder as to what you've really accomplished in life. The success indicators that follow will help you do just that. ClickHERE for the success indicators that will help you realize what you have accomplished.
Coronavirus Roundup: Critical Consumer Trends & Insight for Banking
by Steve Cocheo, Executive Editor at The Financial Brand
Financial marketers must be sensitive to times that have changed and that will continue to change in the wake of the outbreak. Messages may go stale quickly in light of fast-moving events as coronavirus alters many American habits and attitudes. Research by J.D. Power indicates that what consumers want from banks right now are easily found answers to very practical questions, not generalities. ClickHERE to learn what consumers want to hear from banks during Coronavirus pandemic.
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