Everyday, it seems we are confronted with new and unprecedented challenges. Our country was still raw from the devastation of the Australian bushfires when COVID-19 hit.
As this health crisis unfolds and threatens many of the people, systems and rituals we hold dear, it’s hard not to feel at a loss, uncertain of where to turn or what to do, and perhaps even a growing sense of dread or panic.
How do we lead through increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous times? One answer lies in buoyancy.