What Happens When Workplace Culture Meets a Pandemic?

Some leaders are born, while others are made, but all leaders put people first

Soon after COVID-19 first hit, I started major consulting engagements with two mid-sized organizations. Given how workplace culture can have a positive or negative impact on a workplace, both organizations wanted a cultural health assessment so that we could focus our collective efforts on the highest priority areas. In these two situations, I was struck by the sharp contrast between leadership approaches and the resulting impact on each organization’s culture and durability during a crisis.

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Eric Stuzman

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Eric Stutzman is Chief Executive Officer of the ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership. He is a speaker, trainer, and co-author of the book The Culture Question. Eric believes that everyone should be able to like where they work.

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