Recently, Petra Coach hosted a Coaches’ Corner – a 1-hour session of live Q&A with Certified Petra Coaches. This webinar featured coaches Andy Bailey, Jennifer Faught, Mark Comiso and Chip Gallent.
The content is invaluable to leaders during this unprecedented time.
You can find the full recording here.
To augment the recording, below is a brief recap of questions and answers from the session.
Think about how it’s not just about selling. It’s about the mojo in your organization and your team members – getting the wind back in your sails and getting the team back to being excited and motivated.
This may be a long-term thing – maybe through 2021. There are also a lot of people that have adjusted to working at home – another reason it could stay long-term. Everyone’s situation is going to be different.
It’s important to be transparent and upfront, knowing it may change. Share what you know and what you don’t know.
Expect that the “water cooler talk” will happen with both those at home and those in the office. Address any chat that is happening and be upfront with your team.
If you have the money and don’t feel like you fall into that category, then maybe you don’t need it. If you don’t need it, then you can refund the money so that the others that do need it can get to it. If you do keep it, approach it like a loan and spend it wisely.
Ask yourself why you want to do a postmortem. This is an ongoing thing, so it’s not totally over – it may not be necessary.