OHT Stockholm article club: leadership in crisis
Time & Location
About the Event
The aim of the Article Club is to create an informal space for everyone to share their experiences and learn from each other. The groups will be kept small to ensure all participants can have a voice in the discussion.
This is an opportunity to meet someone new in our community and have an informal chat about our thoughts and experiences. It's open to anyone interested in the chosen topic, regardless of whether you work in health-tech or not.
---When and where Option 1: Article walking club at Rålambshovsparken 13: 00-14: 00, Saturday, 3 October 2020
We will take a stroll around the park before ending up in a café for a fika. You will receive the details about the meeting spot and the trail path after you register.Option 2: Article breakfast club at café near Hötorget 08: 00-09: 00, Wednesday, 6 October 2020
We will meet at a café near Hötorget subway station, and chat over breakfast and/or coffee (buy your own).
For both options, we will do as much as possible to make sure the meet-up happens in a safe environment with plenty of space to spread out. This is also why we have limited the number of tickets to eight.
Please only register if you are confident you can attend, and make sure you have no fever or respiratory / cold symptoms.
---This session's topic Leadership in crisis At our meet-up, we will discuss what makes a good leader, what are our experiences of good leadership, and what can we do more - either as a leader or employee - to encourage and prioritize inclusive behaviors.
When you're a leader, you might often focus on:
- Have I communicated our vision correctly to the team?
- Am I applying an effective decision-making process?
- Do I display an executive presence?
But what about in a time of crisis such as the pandemic?
Crisis test tension and some emerge as a compassionate leader that can think clearly, offer reassurance and help lift people up. Others in crisis mode can fall into patterns of bias and exclusion - intentionally or unintentionally.
At our meet-up, we will discuss what makes a good leader, what are our experiences of good leadership, and what can we do more - either as a leader or employee - to encourage and prioritize inclusive behaviours.
When you register, you will receive two article links around this topic, as well as some discussion questions to get you started.