In the final episode with Jenni, Trudy, and Advita, they ponder on how to live with uncertainty.
All our lives were affected by the pandemic, and we had to adjust to this concept and cope with this constant feeling of uncertainty. How did we do this?
This is a good conversation for the Calm Edged Rebels who can offer advice to people who are experiencing ambiguity and uncertainty, but also to think about where agility might come into organisations, the link to resilience, and exploring for our own experiences, not just with our clients or who we’re working with. But how comfortable are we with uncertainty and ambiguity? And has that changed from the pandemic, where there was so much that was unknown that have, we naturally developed more of a resilience and therefore we are slightly more comfortable with the unknown.
Thank you for listening to season 6 of our Calm Edged Rebels podcast. We hope you have enjoyed this season and continue to keep listening!
To continue the conversation, and share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn.
And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
Stakeholder Mapping by Redefining Communications How to manage stakeholders – Redefining Communications (redefiningcomms.com)
Quiet Quitting Article by Trudy Lewis on LinkedIn Post | Feed | LinkedIn
Science of Fear book by Dan Gardner The Science of Fear: How the Culture of Fear Manipulates Your Brain: Amazon.co.uk: Gardner, Professor of History Daniel: 9780452295469: Books
Remotely Interested – Deskless middle manager research from Redefining Communications: Downloads – Redefining Communications
Calm Edged Rebels coaching retreat Retreat New – Calm Edged Rebels