The community, businesses, organizations and school districts are invited to a free, virtual panel discussion, entitled Organizational Leadership After Crisis, hosted by Lucas OPT on Friday, April 30, 2021 from 11:30am to 12:30pm PDT. “This isn’t the first large scale crisis event to happen in our world. COVID was just on the largest scale we’ve seen in recent history. It’s vital for organizations to be prepared for the next event,” says Chris Lucas, President and COO, Lucas Engineering and Management Services.
Crisis communication has been front and center in much of the past year’s corporate strategy sessions. However, conversations that are candid, collaborative and truly move forward on organizational performance & outcomes, have not seen as much enthusiasm. This is in part, due to concerns over intellectual property, maintaining a competitive edge and uncertainty on what the new normal really looks like. “There have been major obstacles this past year; supply chain issues, natural disasters, fluctuating workforces, federal administration changes and so much more, all leading to uncertainty. The willingness for large scale collaboration on best practices, across industry & disciplines, simply didn’t happen the way it did this last year with crisis communications,” continues Lucas.
Attendees of the event will hear from members of the Organizational Performance Team, whose combined expertise includes private sector energy production management, organizational leadership, Human Performance Improvement, Lean Six-Sigma experience and longtime DOE contract management. The discussion has two parts: organizational level & individual level leadership best practices.
To register, please visit www.lucasopt.com to register for the event. Attendees are invited to submit their questions before the event via the website and learn more about the panel members: Chris Lucas, Joe Estey, Sr., Dale Walling and Joseph Estey, Jr.
Email your press release and a photo to Austin Regimbal, Marketing & Communications Director. Press releases are posted in their entirety. This is a free benefit for members of the Tri-City Regional Chamber.