When your work is to respond to crisis around the world, what do you do when the SAME crisis is affecting the entire world at the SAME time? Even if the nature of your work is more localized, the impact of the global pandemic is undoubtedly part of your decision-making processes right now. Listen in to glean powerful leadership insights from this conversation between Jenni Catron and Noel Yeatts, President of World Help.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- how to stay decisive in crisis
- how to use the Stockdale Principle to your advantage
- why you should determine what’s most critical and let what can wait, wait
- why the chief visionary’s voice matters
- how to protect team culture in virtual work settings
- how to be more present with your team
- how to build trust with those you lead
Noel Yeatts is an advocate for social justice, with over 20 years of experience in global humanitarian work. She is an author, speaker, and the President of World Help — an international, Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of impoverished communities around the world. She regularly takes the stage for speaking engagements and advocacy events around the country and has been widely recognized for her book, Awake: Doing a World of Good One Person at a Time.
Noel’s love for justice runs in the family, her husband Patrick serves as a Circuit Court Judge in Virginia. Together, they live in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with their two sons, Riley and Bentley, and one feisty — not-so-teacup — Chihuahua, named Thunder.
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