Updated on June 15, 2020
To ensure the health and safety of our staff members, Executive Mentors, and our membership, Executive Agenda has and will continue to follow the CDC recommended guidelines for keeping businesses open. The EA staff has returned to the office. Our Executive Mentors/Group Chairs are adapting their group meetings and One-on-Ones to best suit the needs of their individual groups and members.
Executive Agenda will continue to promote strategies that minimize risk and prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses in the workplace. Some of those strategies include: social distancing practices, frequent handwashing and hand sanitizing, limited in-person meetings and staggered in-office schedules as warranted.
We are always available to assist in whatever ways are needed. Please contact us at 262-821-3600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
President & CEO
Updated on March 26, 2020
To ensure the health and safety of our staff members, Executive Mentors, and our membership, Executive Agenda is following Wisconsin’s “Safer At Home” order as well as the CDC recommended guidelines. Our leadership team and Executive Mentors are working remotely to ensure the safety of all.
Although our office is closed, we remain open for business. Leadership is even more critical than ever at a time such as this. As executives, you will be tested with managing in the face of unprecedented change. We are here to help and assist you.
If you need to reach our office, simply call 262-821-3600 or 877-694-7698. Although our team is not together, we are hard at work and ready to support you.
For our EA members, that means you will be connecting and meeting virtually with your Executive Mentors/Group Chairs. Please contact your Group Chair directly, if you have any questions about your One-on-Ones or group meetings.
As an organization that has focused on leadership and has served as a sounding board for executives since 1986, we have witnessed many challenges over the years. We are confident that, together, we can successfully navigate this challenge alongside you.
Be safe and stay healthy!
President & CEO
Suggestions and Resources for Leaders
- Servant leadership can help you ease tension and lead effectively during times of change. Read What Servant Leadership in Business Means Today.
- Challenging times often lead to fear of conflict, be sure to review The Five Dysfunctions of a Team to head off any challenges in your path.
- Looking for some comprehensive and practical guidance on managing during these unprecedented times? Check out this Action Guide from IBM with fantastic insights.
- Leading dispersed/remote teams is different from in-person leadership. This article about working remotely can help you get started on the right foot.