HR, TEAMS & PEAK PERFORMANCE VENTURES IN THE NEW NORMAL

COMMUNITY WEBCAST

23 APRIL 2020

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100-HOUR LAUNCHPAD:

CEO CHALLENGE

GROWTH EXPERIENCE

In this new environment where everything seems uncertain and everyone across ranks faces their own personal battles, how can we power up peak performance in the New Normal?

Andre Yap and Miguel Aranaz of Ignite House, together with guest collaborators global CEO Michael de José Belzunce, Ateneo MBT Head Coach Tab Baldwin, Golden ABC Digital Transformation Head Don Gozar, and MiraMed Country Director Marvin Rodriguez share actionable insights and zones of opportunity in the realm of HR, Teams, and Peak Performance in the New Normal.

In this new environment where everything seems uncertain and everyone across ranks faces their own personal battles, how can we power up peak performance in the New Normal?

Andre Yap and Miguel Aranaz of Ignite House, together with guest collaborators global CEO Michael de José Belzunce, Ateneo MBT Head Coach Tab Baldwin, Golden ABC Digital Transformation Head Don Gozar, and MiraMed Country Director Marvin Rodriguez share actionable insights and zones of opportunity in the realm of HR, Teams, and Peak Performance in the New Normal.

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GROWTH LESSONS

6 PRACTICES

6 PRACTICES

for anyone who wants to launch a venture (startup, project or pivot) for HR, Teams and Peak Performance in the New Normal

Leaders help themselves by empowering their people

Empowering down the ranks is empowering up the ranks, as many-time global CEO Michael de José points out. Now is the worst time to be lonely at the top. Enlist the problem-solving of all our people, especially those closest to the ground, who experience first hand the challenges and opportunities of our workforce, customers, partners, the overall market. The temptation to rely on top-down mandates will severely limit and slow down business.

Keep it real

Test empowerment at the level of specific individuals up and down the ranks – so everyone is able to apply it in practice. Establish concrete mechanisms to operationalize through Empowerment Practices x Frequency x Adoption by enough people in our organization.

From macro to micro

Break down the bigger problems into smaller battles and celebrate the wins. We are not going to restart or normalize in a day. Reset expectations and set winnable milestones.

Learn from the past

Reframe your narrative and draw from proven stories and histories. Model hope, reversal, growth. It is not true that we have not been here before. WW1, WW2. Closer to home and closer to our times, Coach Tab points to these kinds of disruptions happening everyday in the world of sports. Athletes suffer injuries; many have to shelter at home, locked down and immobile for weeks and months; rehab is slow, painful, uneven, and unpredictable full of anxiety and stress physically, mentally, emotionally. But many athletes are able to rise above, restart and get back to even better versions of themselves, many times emphasizing a broader diversity of strengths because of their disruptive injuries.

It all starts with support

Empowerment also depends in employees feeling supported as human beings; financially; in terms of business continuity; their mental health, as both Marvin and Don point out by way of exemplifying the response in their own organizations.

The bottomline is...

Put another way, this is a golden opportunity for HR practitioners and service providers to level up their business impact as a strategic partner of CEO/management to drive empowerment of talent, teams and peak performance in the New Normal.

ZONES OF OPPORTUNITY