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WBC EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE SERIES: C-Suite Leading in Times of Crisis (May 5) - Shared screen with speaker view
Rohini Anand
55:20
Lucibeth and what is being done to protect the prisoners given the COVID outbreaks
Rohini Anand
56:21
those incarcerated are at risk
Paula Bennett
58:46
Lucibeth, How were you able to strengthen and communicate improved healthcare coverage so quickly?
Sandra Baer
01:00:52
As we move into and expand our digital world, what are the key benefits and ramifications of this changed business life.?
Lori Marcus
01:00:55
for @chris hollander: do you see the move to sell groceries as a competitive advantage vs. others or do you think this is something that other restaurants should do to keep overall restaurant industry alive during this tough time? curious if NRA (restaurants, not rifles) has been studying what you’re doing.
Barb Smoot
01:01:05
This is definitely getting to some of the very meaty issues of COVID-19. Subha, thank you especially for bringing up the question on post COVID-19. Things will not be the same
Rosina Racioppi
01:05:40
Question for @Mary Tinbar - as women are seen able to work from home. How will this impact their ability to be prepared for senior leadership roles? How will they gain the P&L roles that are so critical?
eveyn rodstein
01:05:54
I saw this at KPMG - often when not traveling , partners would work from home
PANERA BREAD - Chris Hollander
01:06:01
Hi Lori! We do believe Grocery is a competitive advantage for Panera given the combination of our scale, and the trust our consumers have in us to deliver good , clean quality food. We do not believe there are many others in our space that offer that combination. We will be monitoring as time goes on whether this could continue as a service post Covid
linda schacht
01:07:29
I’d like to hear from Mendy on what Skanska is learning from their different offices around the world?
Barb Smoot
01:07:52
To piggy back on Rosina's question, this is an opportunity for companies to address D&I gaps in leadership as companies rebuild. Are your companies taking advantage of this?
eveyn rodstein
01:08:54
It is deeper than empathy It is asking the questions like Chris did o any marketer would do. know your client and your client is now the employee
Dorothy Kalksma
01:08:55
Barb, great question!!
Barb Smoot
01:09:57
Excellent question, Subha. Thank you.
Paula Bennett
01:10:25
Trust in working remotely requires that leaders are clear on business and team goals, and roles and responsibilities.
Barb Smoot
01:13:07
I think it would be helpful for companies to also think of D&II strategies to encompass different family structures. Many frameworks make the assumption that "if only the husband would help at home, things would be easier." Look at the stats of the number of single female head of homes where the woman literally has ALL the responsibilities on her.
Barb Smoot
01:16:06
Thank you, Subha!
eveyn rodstein
01:16:24
It is very important to have transparency and fairness among peers about each others work approaches. When managing a virtual team I had managers questions their ;peers schedules
Gabrielle Kuey
01:16:32
great question
eveyn rodstein
01:23:08
Orpheus is a chamber music group that plays without a conductor.Orchestra players usually dont have them They can do this because everyone has access to the entire score. the whole virtual team needs to see the entire score
Barb Smoot
01:23:53
Data show that the first promotion to manager level is a choke point for women. It is great to see women 3-4 levels removed be showcased and have an opportunity to lead.
Marjorie Dick Stuart
01:26:46
great question
Barb Smoot
01:26:50
Zoom mentoring circles are great
eveyn rodstein
01:26:51
using the donut function on slack
Barb Smoot
01:27:35
Set up Zoom office hours where people can sign up - "open door policy"
Marjorie Dick Stuart
01:27:49
I just did a zoom training interactive call yesterday and another zoom meeting this morning. months ago this would have all been in person.
Denise Kennedy
01:31:36
Don't function on slack - if it is new to you - https://slack.com/apps/A11MJ51SR-donut
Damon Hininger
01:32:05
Really great session! Appreciate you Subha, Edie, and WBC!
Denise Kennedy
01:32:23
Take your favorite quotes to twitter @WBCollaborative #WBCFasterTogether
Bethany Davis
01:32:29
Thank you panelists! Great discussion today.
Linda Aronson
01:32:33
Terrific session! Thank you
Jennifer Scharff
01:32:38
hi will a recording of this be shared?
Dorothy Kalksma
01:32:44
Great session!! Thank you very much! Dorothy Kalksma linkedin.com/in/dorothykalksma
Denise Kennedy
01:33:10
@jennifer Scharff - yes it will be shared
Barb Smoot
01:33:37
Subha, thank you for this session! Many great ideas and thanks for regularly checking the chat.
Monica Schmude
01:33:49
GREAT discussion. I have pages of notes and so many moments of reflection. THANK YOU to all who participated in the event today. Be well - we need you to continue your impactful leadership!
Molly Cue
01:33:53
Thank you!! Great session!!
WORKING MOTHER MEDIA - Subha Barry
01:34:14
Thank you all for attending and for your terrific comments and questions!!
Patti Massey
01:34:22
such GREAT insights! Thanks for all for sharing your wisdom!
WORKING MOTHER MEDIA - Subha Barry
01:34:55
The panelists are amazing!
Kristen Guggeis
01:35:05
Great session today! Thank you!
PANERA BREAD - Chris Hollander
01:35:09
I love these sessions. I am definitely walking away with great insights from my peers. Thank you all.
CORE CIVIC - Lucibeth Mayberry
01:35:19
Thank you everyone for allowing me to participate. What great ideas you all have! I leave these calls inspired and energized.
WORKING MOTHER MEDIA - Subha Barry
01:35:21
Thanks Chris