It is crucial for businesses and the public sector to work together in a world facing deep uncertainties and complex interdependencies. The newly combined forces of The Resilience Shift and Resilience First is a route to driving resilience best practice at scale globally.
Seth Schultz is giving opening remarks at the British Science Association’s For Thought summit, chaired by Lord David Willetts, whose overall theme this year is on ‘Building resilience: the role of science and innovation in creating a sustainable future’.
How can the disruption resulting from Covid-19 teach us to be more resilient to future crises and uncertainties? We share insights from the Engineering a Safer Future: Learning from crisis series of roundtables in partnership with Lloyd’s Register Foundation.
When Seth Schultz joined The Resilience Shift one year ago with big ambitions for our initiative, he set high goals for our team. Did we achieve them? Seth looks back at the year, and how resilience is now on everyone’s mind. Watch highlights video.
The Resilience Shift and Lloyd’s Register Foundation together hosted a round table series exploring what can be learned from the Covid crisis and its impact on particular sectors. Among other questions they asked how disruption can become an opportunity for systems transformation.
Seth Schultz joined city policy leaders from around the world at the ICLEI Daring Cities Summit to examine how local government can help countries build back from the Covid crisis through collaborative climate action.
The new report captures the emerging lessons for resilient leadership when dealing with a major crisis, the insights gained along the way, and the power of reflective learning to build leadership capability.
This report focuses on the role of leadership for resilience – leadership that promotes and enables complex systems (in this case corporations and large cities) to function and thrive in the face of a major crisis. Resilience is the ability to withstand, adapt to changing conditions, and recover positively from shocks and stresses. This applies […]