Coronavirus is putting leaders to the test: Berkeley Haas expertsMarch 11, 20201 min read
Berkeley Haas has a wide range of experts who can talk about how the coronavirus is impacting businesses and the economy, putting leaders to the test, and changing workplaces.
The following experts are available to talk about how the virus is affecting leadership teams, communication in the workplace, and more:
Topics: Organizational culture, crisis leadership, coronavirus impact on work and productivity, general management
Topics: Influence of fear and other emotions on behavior, risk perceptions, risk communication, judgement and decision making
Topics: Confidence and overconfidence regarding the course of the pandemic; remote work and productivity in self-quarantine; crisis leadership; managing people at a distance
Topics: Differences between online and offline communication, judgment and decision making, interpersonal and intergroup processes
Topics: Managing crises, highly reliable organizations, organizational resilience
Topics: Innovation during recessions, strategy, entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship in large organizations
Topics: Leadership, management, and adapting to/thriving during change and uncertainty
Topics: Leadership and general management; impacts on innovation and customer loyalty in turbulent times
For information on these experts who can speak to the stresses leadership team members are facing in the wake of the coronavirus, click on either of their icons at the top or bottom of the screen or their hyperlinked names.
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Jennifer A. Chatman Associate Dean for Learning Strategies | Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management
World-renowned researcher, teacher & consultant on leveraging organizational culture for firm performance and leading high-performance teams
Ellen Evers Assistant Professor
Don A. Moore Professor | Lorraine Tyson Mitchell Chair in Leadership and Communication
Researcher of confidence and overconfidence, with a focus on forecasting, judgment, and decision making
Juliana Schroeder Assistant Professor