Starting in March when COVID-19 hit, it has been a nonstop game of survival, learning, pivoting and reinvention.
Scenario planning should not only be looked at from a financial perspective.
I am disheartened by the recent reports that point to the likelihood of a great many nonprofits shutting their doors.
The Dwelling Place of New York is not a fancy place. It is located in the last building on a street in Manhattan.
Most nonprofits are now in survival mode. Those on the frontlines are doing amazing work and are providing vital services.
If you have not been in the habit of communicating corporate-wide, start. Communication should not only happen during times of crisis.
My leadership strategy for managing through a crisis is straightforward — manage the same way you would every day.