Papers. [In partnership with the Australia New Zealand School of Government, top international crisis experts have mined the crisis management literature to create a new series of short, practical briefing papers with cutting-edge knowledge accessible to practitioners.
In this article, leadership expert Theo H. Veldsman provides a framework for understanding effective crisis leadership, the core competencies needed, and the “10 commandments” of crisis leadership excellence.
Google document put together by ILA member Leadership Learning Community that shares learning around working virtually and supporting leadership in a virtual context. Includes a section on creating optimal virtual leadership development experiences.
ILA 2020 featured speaker Otto Scharmer shares eight emerging lessons from the global COVID-19 crisis.
Published by UC Berkeley, Greater Good Magazine’s mission is to share scientific research that can help promote a happier, more compassionate society. They’ve created a special page full of resources including stories, tips, and tools for taking care of ourselves during this global crisis.
Rebecca Solnit celebrates the unpredictable and incalculable events that so often redeem our lives, and searches for the hidden, transformative histories inside and after crisis events such as Hurricane Katrina.
Webinar with Joan McArthur-Blair & Jeanie Cockell who discuss strategies from their book Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry: A Leadership Journey Through Hope, Despair, and Forgiveness.
Report. ICMA Research Report sharing reflections from city leaders who lived through crisis. The report analyzes effective leadership skills and techniques, providing lessons learned and best practices.
Jean Lau Chin, co-editor of ILA’s book, Global and Culturally Diverse Leaders and Leadership, discusses how scapegoating becomes a prevalent phenomenon in times of crisis if we categorize people based on stereotypes, blame victims for their plight, and maintain an outgroup bias of negatively treating those perceived as different.