Resilience: COVID-19’s Most Enduring Lesson

Posted July 14, 2021 | Leadership | Amplify
This article identifies resilience as the most prominent and lasting lesson of the pandemic. The authors point to the ingenuity, adaptability, and perseverance of the human spirit during times of challenge as a hallmark that can bolster organizations in the future. The piece explores the value of boosting employee resilience and includes detailed actions leaders can take to invest in employee well-being, enhance workplace culture, and drive performance.
About The Author
Noah Barsky
Noah P. Barsky is is a Fellow with Cutter Consortium, a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network, and Associate Professor at Villanova University School of Business in the executive and graduate business programs. His research and teaching focus on performance measurement, business planning, risk assessment, and contemporary financial reporting issues. Dr. Barsky develops and delivers executive education programs for various… Read More
Lea Waters
Lea Waters is an organizational psychologist, researcher, consultant, author, and speaker. She is the Founding Director of the Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where she has held an academic position for 25 years and has published 110+ scientific articles. Dr. Waters holds an affiliate position with the Center for Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan and is on the Science Board of the… Read More
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