There are endless resources being made available for free or at substantially discounted prices to support us all as we navigate this period of crisis. That’s great — but it can also be overwhelming. If you’ve been wondering about where to focus your attention, we’re here to help. These “best of” links and recommendations are from the wisest and most creative coaches and business leaders in the Watermark network. Plus, we’ve found some just-for-fun stress-relievers.
Courageous Leadership Institute | Disruption MicroLearning
The Courageous Leadership Institute (headed by Cindy Solomon, a frequent speaker at Watermark Conferences for Women and a Watermark board member) has launched a new series called Courageous Leadership through Disruption. This online, On-Demand MicroLearning mini-course is designed to help you build the leadership skills it takes to not only to survive through workplace disruption but to thrive during it. They currently have five episodes that specifically tackle disruption and are releasing new episodes to address the real-time leadership challenges we are all facing.
Technonomy | (REPLAY) The Modern Organization, with John Chambers
“Don’t hide. Leaders have to be visible. You have to be very transparent.” A reality-check for leaders, this article recap and video session with John Chambers (also a past Watermark Leadership Conference keynote) offers a variety of hard-earned lessons derived from his own experiences of leading during change and crises.
Malala.org & Starbucks Foundation | Inspirational Playlist Celebrating Women
Malala published an International Women’s Day playlist on Spotify, featuring songs from female artists like Janelle Monáe and Quratulain Baloch. Her 2020 playlist in partnership with Starbucks Foundation and Malala's Fund's Envoy, Malala has asked young women and education advocates around the world to help curate it. LISTEN NOW
Watermark | Virtual Programs and Events
Watermark has moved virtually 100% of its programs (webinars, workshops, Mastermind Groups, networking events, etc.) online, in addition to launching its newest offering, Office Hours. These one-hour open Q&A sessions are limited to 25 people and feature leaders, thinkers and coaches to address and solve the immediate issues you are facing. REGISTER NOW
Are there resources we’re missing that you find valuable? Please let us know because in the coming days and weeks, we will be adding them here. The generous sharing of knowledge in our community is what makes Watermark work! Tag us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn — or just email us— and we’ll include your own “best of” recommendations in our newsletter.
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