[Interview] How to Lead and Drive Innovation During a Crisis

When the pandemic hit, I was interviewed as a guest on an episode with Rex Morcom of the Business Cas’ podcast about leading through innovation during a crisis.

Recently, I watched the episode again, and I wanted to share the video because it applies to any kind of crisis a business might face as much today as it did when we recorded the episode.

During times of crisis, leadership teams are forced to adjust to the changing environment and find solutions to new problems.

While this can bring about a lot of stress, anxiety, and serious challenges, crises can also bring about innovation.

Often, in times of crisis, the solutions we create to help fix things change how we live, not just during the crisis but well into the future.

We find new ways to do things, new products are created, and the way companies do business is fundamentally altered.

I invite you to listen in and watch this episode of the Business Cas’ podcast on the topic of leadership and innovation during a crisis.

The conversation covered topics like:

  • How leaders can keep teams informed and inspired
  • Ways in which a crisis can bring about innovation
  • The importance of being flexible and agile
  • How to be open to change and embrace it
  • Doing good and pitching in
  • Making sure your team has accurate information

Click below to watch the full interview:

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2 thoughts on “[Interview] How to Lead and Drive Innovation During a Crisis”

  1. Anthony, so cool to see you chatting on video!

    The most powerful people on a worldly, business, prospering level find tremendous opportunities to serve and empower during the toughest times. I arrived to our latest house sit in Maryland yesterday. Posh neighborhood. The Ravens owner – a billionaire – lives close by.

    Again and again, these business titans face the deepest fears and find the most prospering opportunities during the toughest times.

    Guys…do not panic! Prosper!

    • Thanks, Ryan. I used to do a lot of these interviews, but it just got busy with agency work. Gotta get back at it!

      That’s awesome that you house sat near the Raven’s owner’s home. I’m an Eagles fan first, but Ravens are second. 🙂

      So true. If you want to succeed, you need to face fear head on and stand strong!


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