In this episode of HealthMade Radio, Dr. Michael Karlfeldt interviews Nicholas Scalzo about resilience in adversity. During this time of national crisis, many have become overwhelmed, some frozen in fear of the future and others left uncertain of the steps to take to move forward. Dr. Karlfeldt and Dr. Scalzo discuss the action steps that need to be taken by both businesses and individuals to overcome the adversity that we are facing.
The questions answered include:
- How can we persevere through the fear and uncertainty that we have?
- Is it possible to look at these difficulties as an opportunity?
- How do we take this time to evaluate who we are, what we have been through and shift our living with the knowledge base, and skills we have acquired?
Instead of focusing on what is missing this is an opportunity to focus on moving ahead.
Insight for businesses
More than ever before teams are more complex, fluid, and dispersed. Senior management needs to think about the impact on their business in light of the impact on the individual people. Now is the time for the managers, team leaders, and staff to focus on:
- Accelerating & Automating
- Increasing Communication
- Business Continuity
Insight for the Individual Comeback
In the second half of the interview, Dr. Scalzo provides insights for individuals providing discussing the 6 steps necessary to overcome and thrive.
- Listen to yourself with Empathy
- Take Action
More About Dr. Scalzo
Dr. Nicholas J. Scalzo, the principal architect of OnTrack Training, completed his doctoral studies at The George Washington University’s Executive Leadership Doctoral Program and earned his degree in Human Resource Development, specializing in Counseling and Human and Organizational Studies (CHAOS). He earned his MBA at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and his undergraduate degree at St. John’s University.
Dr. Scalzo’s dissertation research — Radical Organizational Change and Organizational Memory Systems — provides a blueprint for organizational leaders to follow to successfully implement change initiatives and has helped scholars and organizations understand how to preserve organizational memory and knowledge while navigating the seas of organizational change.
Dr. Scalzo is also an adjunct professor at the George Washington University, StonyBrook University, University of Maryland, and NYIT Graduate School of Management. He won Best Paper Award at the Conference on Corporate Communication in Wroxton, England and has published an article — Memory Loss? Corporate Knowledge and Radical Change (Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 27, No. 4, 2006) — based on his research.
Resilience: Turning Your Setback into a Comeback, is full of transformative stories from unstoppable super achievers including Entrepreneurs, Professionals, Real Estate Syndicators, Speakers, Authors, NFL Players and Mentors, a 2x US Memory Champion, PGA Tour Mentor and more.