Leading Through Prolonged Organizational Trauma and Crises:
Moving From Stress to Stability
Facilitated by Carly Speranza, Speranza Leadership Solutions
While the pandemic has passed, most organizations are still experiencing trauma and reacting to post-pandemic fallout. In the last 24+ months, many organizations have experienced financial, retention, and/or employee burnout. This presentation will differentiate between trauma and burnout and then provide real-world practices and recommendations to help leaders and organizations move forward with a healthier and more effective workforce. Leading a traumatized, exhausted workforce takes exceptional skill and empathy, but it can be done.
Participants will leave this session with a greater ability to recognize trauma and burnout, and with tools to engage and proactively strengthen trust and resilience in themselves and the workforce.
Dr. Carly Speranza is a Leadership Consultant, Speaker, Coach, and the Director of Research and Associate Professor of Management in the College of Business, Innovation, Leadership, and Technology (BILT) at Marymount University, in the Washington D.C. metro area. She is also an Adjunct Faculty member at Creighton University where she instructs in Creighton’s Interdisciplinary Leadership Ed.D. Program, and an Adjunct Faculty Member at Indiana Tech University where she instructs in their Global Leadership Ph.D. Program. Previously she was the Associate Dean of the College of Strategic Intelligence and Associate Professor of National Security and Leadership Studies at the National Intelligence University, an accredited federal university, in Washington DC. She is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the U.S. Air Force where she served on active-duty as an Intelligence Officer for over 20 years. Over the course of her career, she has served in an academic capacity at five universities and deployed across the globe eight times with the military, to include South America, the Middle East, Europe, and Korea in support of multiple war and crisis operations. She has published over 15 works and has been invited to speak at multiple universities, corporate events, and academic conferences across the globe on a range of leadership topics to include cross-cultural collaboration, expatriate leadership, and organizational behavior and trust.
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