How to Authentically Lead Your Team Through Crisis and Tough Transitions

We have all been greatly impacted by the current crisis. As a leader, others are relying on you to guide them through the storm. But how do you do this while coping with your own struggles and stress?

In this microlearning session, you will walk through a guided series of questions and exercises designed to help you emerge stronger than before. How do you show up under stress? How can you respond during this time to refine how you engage as a leader?  How will you be different after the crisis?  How can you take this time to grow into the leader you would want to follow?

Come ready for self-reflection and an honest look at your leadership path during crisis.

Benefits from this session

  • Instill true confidence in your team without over promising or pretending
  • Understand how sharing your vulnerabilities in a crisis helps you and your team grow stronger
  • Emerge from a crisis a strong leader
  • Be prepared to lead your team through transition back into the new normal after the crisis


Cindy Harp | The Persimmon GroupCindy Harp is the Vice President of Advisory Services with The Persimmon Group. She helps organizations transform financially and operationally through leadership development, organizational effectiveness, and strategy development. Cindy’s passion is to empower leaders to create positive and productive workplace cultures that generate better business performance.  Cindy shares her knowledge in engaging and insightful coaching and training programs.


Class Location:
Live Virtual Training
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Persimmon does a great job of giving me the opportunity to maximize "bang for buck" by providing lots of actionable items, food for thought, and summary of tactics in a short amount of time.

Littleton Legal

Cindy was great! The material was spot on for what I needed.

Explorer Pipeline

Fantastic job! Very passionate with delivery. I was engaged.

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