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WBC EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE SERIES: CIOs Leading in a Time of Crisis - June 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Lorena Fimbres
49:53
Welcome everyone! If you have comments or questions, please use this chat box. Our speakers will go through some of them at the end.
Craig Holbrook
52:40
Love your background Nicole !!!
Maxine Cain
54:55
Good morning everyone! Thank you for the invitation to be here today. I am looking forward to a great conversation, insights, and expertise. Maxine Cain | Founder & President of STEM Atlanta Women, Inc.
Jeff Stovall
57:50
Question: What are the differences you perceive are expected between leadership within government and leadership in the private sector today?
Apps Associates - Peter Quintiliani
59:44
Good morning! How much energy/effort do you feel is being focused on making sure your teams/employees are doing as best as possible given the world and economic conditions, balanced with keeping your respective company operations moving?
Myra Herring
01:01:32
That’s so insightful Martin - especially the part about not dealing with all of the facts at the beginning. We have to be careful to not just react right away, but to take a minute to truly analyze the information, and re-analyze it over and over again.
Karla Cornish
01:02:27
How do you strike a balance between the needs of the individual vs the needs of the business during a time of crisis?
Lavetta Stevenson
01:02:30
Wow @Sue Bergamo your humanity is so needed. People First. Thank U!
S. Renee Smith
01:02:41
Martin - appreciated your point about communication. Tell the story and tell what you know and don’t know.
PAUL RUSSELL
01:03:01
I am really enjoying the call. The power of this group feels so strong and we probably do not know each other. Listening and observing is so important. Im so glad I found time to be here.
S. Renee Smith
01:03:41
Sue, thanks for your point about the importance of listening. A skill that isn’t often taught, but critical for leaders.
Jeffrey Gray
01:04:31
Some great thought leadership being shared … Thanks for the insights!
sharon reynolds
01:05:27
Exceptional commentary!
Twomentor- Julie Kantor
01:09:43
Really admire the compassionate and empathetic leadership on this call! Keeping it REAL.
Keerti Gupta
01:09:55
Such great insights! Applaud each one of you for the exceptional leadership during these times.
Lorena Fimbres
01:10:18
Reminder: For a better experience, please do not unmute yourselves. 😁
Melissa Peak
01:10:18
"Making sure we're wiping racism out completely" BRAVO and let's make it happen.
Edie Fraser
01:11:56
Sue and thanks for pushing CEO and team working to wipe out Racism as we give back. and DISRUPT in NC Tech and others on Martin with Southernh on social justice and with it all say be authentic and empathetic
Terek Green
01:12:24
To the panelist thanks for the insight and thought leadership! Greatly appreciated..
Dr. Debra Clary
01:14:07
Extremely insightful. Appreciate the leadership.
Tahjar Roamartinez
01:14:32
Thank you panelist for your wisdom, leadership and insight. I am so grateful to connect with all you today.
Evelyn Rodstein
01:14:44
The clarity of mission, execution and employee engagement is so evident in these amazing, humble and smart leaders!
S. Renee Smith
01:14:55
Tracy—so forward thinking and innovative. Also, like your robust recruitment of minorities including working with HBCU’s.
Tahjar Roamartinez
01:16:20
Hoorah! Marine
Andrea Simon
01:16:47
This is impressive. what are the gaps we should pay attention to ?
andrea Conner
01:16:59
I feel safe Tracy knowing your team has my back as a NC resident.
Craig Holbrook
01:17:31
BIG QUESTION: What kind of opportunity does the recovery from COVID represent to restructure our society and economy to create more racial and gender equity.?
S. Renee Smith
01:18:43
Thanks for the insight about the spending boom.
Irvin Bishop
01:19:50
How are you measuring and keeping a pulse on the "Emotional Wellbeing" of your teams? Even when you check -in with your teams, what are the indicators that the connections are working?
Namita Tirath
01:20:17
We all ask ourselves, how can we help! I would love to hear the panelist to give us an actionable thought/ideas of how we can be relevant today and fight the social injustice we see around.
Lavetta Stevenson
01:20:47
@Namita great question.
PAUL RUSSELL
01:21:00
Im in the UK and can say we feel the same. One thing I hear from people is how do we keep what was good but also push out to discover new things we may have missed before.
Michael DuBois
01:21:13
Thanks for your perspectives. How will this evolve recruitment, retention strategies and specifically compensation packages?
Barb Smoot
01:22:01
So glad you are addressing the issues around the internet and the digital divide.
Andrea Simon
01:23:57
it sounds like broadband is like electricity and we need to make it available everywhere, and affordable
Irvin Bishop
01:24:58
@Tracy Doaks Thank you for addressing the concern with the "Digital Divide". My hope is that we are continuing to think of about this as we deal with this and future crisis. Great insight!
Agnes Francis Adolphine
01:25:05
What exists today that does not fit into our "post pandemic/triple crisis" world(business and communities)? Can you share what your pruning system looks like(What's good and healthy; sick will not get well; dead stuff that must go?)
Edie Fraser
01:25:38
Martin pushes social injustice and the key issues will mean operating models and social change and faster adoption of technology and CHANGE
PAUL RUSSELL
01:29:54
Agree with Martin. I feel autonomous workplaces with more choice moving to the individual is going to shake up all aspects of technology ( create some challenges as well ) but the groundswell will change what happens
Sharon Lewis
01:32:48
There are some great articles in circulation about Working Anytime/Working Anywhere. Person-centric philosophy with huge, positive implications. Simultaneously, represents huge cultural changes for individuals and organizations alike.
Lavetta Stevenson
01:34:49
@Martin - great point. Put your air mask on first. Thank U!
Irvin Bishop
01:34:56
@Martin Great approach to helping others... You, Your family, others....
Agnes Francis Adolphine
01:35:51
@Martin - great approach. I share this order with my team frequently. Radical Self Care is crucial in a VUCA world
Keerti Gupta
01:37:35
Great Point, MArtin - put on your oxygen mask first and then take care of others.
Irvin Bishop
01:38:15
@Sue - The behavior that you set is the behavior you will see! Excellent! Thank you! These reminders keep us focused.
Keerti Gupta
01:38:23
Sue, great advice - address issues without getting emotional about it
Dr. Debra Clary
01:38:34
So well done. Feeling grateful to have heard these messages today.
Lavetta Stevenson
01:39:03
Fantastic Panel & Moderation. Thank U!
Lisa McNiven
01:39:06
Thank you everyone, each of you are inspiring to the rest of us. I appreciate your. Keep safe and be well.
Melissa Peak
01:39:26
Thank you to all. Melissa Peak
Irvin Bishop
01:39:33
Awesome Session! Thank each of you soooo much!
Terek Green
01:39:41
Well Done Everyone...Stay Safe and Informed !!
Elisa Evans Cunningham
01:39:45
Great insights from the leaders on this panel. I applaud each of you.
PAUL RUSSELL
01:39:59
Great time - thank you and loved the power of the contributions!! Take care everyone
S. Renee Smith
01:40:04
Thank you! Great insights and recommendations.
Jeffrey Gray
01:40:05
Thank you for pulling this together! Look forward to the next session!
Floyd Smith
01:40:06
Great panel! Thank you for knowledge shared during today’s session.
Elaine Norman
01:40:08
Excellent session! Great panelists and moderators! Thank you so much! So much great advice and insights!
Keerti Gupta
01:40:14
Thank you to all the panelists and moderators. Such great insights. Appreciate the knowledge shared