The pandemic is teaching us that the most needed changes may come from the unlikeliest leaders. This week, the latest blog posts highlight several stories of improbable leaders.
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If there’s one thing the pandemic is teaching us, it’s that the most needed changes may come from the unlikeliest leaders. I love what author and entrepreneurial intelligence coach Amy Wilkinson has to say about this — specifically middle managers’ ability to shine right now. On a different scale, Salesforce customer and cult-followed grocer H-E-B provides a model for its industry. Due to expert planning, they remain well-stocked while donating meals. Today brings more stories of improbable leaders:
- Household brands like Domino’s pizza and Walmart quickly adopt contactless transactions. ?
- RV owners are stranded near national parks and this RV manufacturer is coming to the rescue in meaningful ways.
Plus stories that show how tech can help us crush this virus:
- The most critical new vocabulary word in healthcare? Interoperability.
- Construct a help center and optimize for mobile, fast.
- COVID-19 helps debunk some huge sales myths.