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In Uncertain Times, Leadership Is Key

Hey! I’m Jonathan.

I write and speak about the confluence of resilience and leadership. I am also the author of Future Leader: Rebooting Leadership to Win the Millennial and Tech Future (available now).

Leadership matters more than we think it does

Especially right now.

We are in the middle of an unprecedented change to business as usual.

Organizations are scrambling to figure out how to continue serving their customers and progressing on their mission despite the changes.

Resilience, durability, and agility are key. This is leadership.

To navigate an uncertain future we need certain leadership. 

I can help.

It’s time for a hard reset when it comes to leadership.

 

My keynotes are thoughtfully designed to help you learn the comprehensive strategies and actionable tactics to confidently progress through uncertainty.

 

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Resilience + Leadership Insights

The Future of Leadership

Leadership is fast becoming less about what you are in the organization, and more about who you are. It used to be that the credentials were most important (like your title, your level of education, the initials after your name) and the person behind the credentials was less important. The person still mattered, of course, […]

Leaders: Take off the mask

  Who you are seeps out. It can’t be helped. I tripped over this thought today: Leadership is less about what you do and more about who you are. In the past few months I have been placing more attention on “the who” instead of “the what.” Think about it: The same leadership tactic used […]

WFH: What you do rivals who you are

WFH means being unable to hide. Heard this concept on a podcast. It went against my intuition. But the more I thought about it, the more sense it made. Per the podcast guest: When you are in an office, creating work theater is much easier. You can attend the impromptu meetings. You can create a false […]

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