The American Chamber of Commerce launched a new project to support businesses during these challenging times for Ukraine by showing how AmCham member companies turning challenges into opportunities, what they are doing for their employees, and how they help Ukrainian people.
«Для нас лідерство – це гнучкість в ухваленні рішень, спритність та повага до думки всіх членів нашої команди. Ці лідерські принципи вийшли на перший план, потіснивши класичні та базові принципи, які були важливими рік-два тому. Ми також бачимо зміни трендів в бізнес-процесах та торгівлі. Відновлення після кризи не буде дуже швидким, людям потрібен час для адаптації до нових реалій. Швидкість відновлення буде залежати від макроекономічних показників у світі та в Україні. Ми сподіваємося, що вони будуть позитивні», - Денис Голубчиков, Директор Johnson & Johnson Ukraine LLC, гість проекту #LeadershipInTimesOfCrisis. Ми дякуємо Денису за цікаве інтерв’ю.
Posted by American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine on Friday, October 16, 2020
“Physical interaction and actual presence are hard to substitute by anything. But we need to put all our efforts to mitigate stress nowadays. The times have changed, and they are still changing. After the crisis, the business community will be stronger, more resilient, probably more technologically advanced. It’s important to be ultimately positive, to understand that there are pitfalls and fall downs. Still, we have to be prepared and energize our people,” Yevheniy Deyneko, Managing Partner at EVERLEGAL, for our #LeadershipInTimesOfCrisis. We are grateful to Yevheniy for a sincere conversation.
Posted by American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine on Thursday, October 15, 2020
“Let’s stay positive and see the glass half full. It is important to keep engagement, motivation, and clarity on what the company wants to do in those crisis times and where the priorities are. All leaders must be close and communicative to their teams. Look into the future. Every crisis brings opportunities, and it’s the right time for companies and leaders to think where to capture them,” Tino Zeiske, CEO atMETRO Cash & Carry Ukraine, for our #LeadershipInTimesOfCrisis. We are grateful to Tino for useful insights and all the efforts to support the community.
Posted by American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine on Monday, October 12, 2020
“Work projects without people mean nothing. So, one of the most important leadership skills now is humanity. Support your people, let them know that they are one team, and do something that brings value to the company. The reality has changed, and it’s important to be adaptable. Don’t forget that crisis means not only danger but also opportunities,” Slava Feklin, National Executive GE Ukraine, Georgia & Armenia, for our #LeadershipInTimesOfCrisis. We are grateful to Slava for the interesting interview.
Posted by American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine on Thursday, October 8, 2020
“I think we will experience a different world after the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to be prepared that customers’ habits will change, and companies should be relevant and follow these changing demands. Communication, responsibility, taking care of the company’s culture remain the top skills for leaders. We have learned how to work virtually, accelerate digitalization, and create new offers and innovations during the crisis. Let’s use this lockdown time wisely, leveraging as much as we can,” Peter Kerekgyarto, Country Chair at Shell Ukraine Alliance Holding LLC (Shell), for our #LeadershipInTimesOfCrisis. Thank you, Peter, for the interesting conversation.
Posted by American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine on Wednesday, October 7, 2020