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How We Can Lead Ourselves Out of Day-to-day Conflict and Crises with Debra Woog, Crisis Navigation Partner

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How We Can Lead Ourselves Out of Day-to-day Conflict and Crises with Debra Woog, Crisis Navigation Partner

May 10, 2022

How We Can Lead Ourselves Out of Day-to-day Conflict and Crises with Debra Woog, Crisis Navigation Partner

In this week’s episode, I am joined by Debra A. Woog, a Crisis Navigation Partner with 30+ years of experience as a leadership researcher, executive, and advisor. Debra’s career path has included conducting research at Harvard Business School, advising tech start-ups on People Strategy, and directing admissions and career development for the MIT dual-degree MBA program Leaders for Global Operations. She earned a B.A. in Psychology and American Studies from Wellesley College and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. She is a trained mediator & ombudsman, and Brené Brown has certified her as a Dare to Lead professional. Debra speaks of the personal, professional, and business crises that can arrive without warning, quickly turning a well-managed life, team, or organization into a state of confusion and chaos. She guides women to the right messages, tools, and allies so they are able to lead their way to the best possible outcomes.

Debra and I discuss her own journey of becoming a Crisis Navigation Partner and what that all entails, along with how we can lead ourselves out of conflict and crises that arise on a day-to-day basis. 

Tune in to this week’s episode to learn:

  • How you can take a moment to reset yourself, and even your patients, in an acute crisis 
  • What the differences are in navigating through a personal vs professional crises 
  • How the pandemic has been affecting people mentally & the increase in burnout 
  • What key takeaways she suggests to navigating life’s big challenges 
  • How the ‘three C’s’ can help when you’re dealing with a crisis, or preparing for one 

Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation!

 

Resources

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