• Leading in the NEW ABNORMAL: Covid-19 People Priorities

    A crisis by definition involves an abnormal state.  So let us be clear:  the coronavirus pandemic has not ushered in a new normal but an abnormal social and economic dislocation unlike anything in memory.  To be effective in battling this existential threat to life and economic well-being, organizational leaders need a playbook that prioritizes speed, flexibility and adaptability in managing uncertainty.

    Here are three people priority focus areas for leading effectively in the NEW ABNORMAL.

  • Anne V. Peterson, Stony Brook University Counseling Center

    “Susan Battley provides incisive, winning advice for dealing with complex management and career issues. My position involves constant sorting through layers in complicated situations and then setting focus and priorities. Susan has accelerated my growth as a more strategic and effective leader.”

    —Anne V. Peterson, PhD
    Associate Director
    Stony Brook University Counseling Center