January 7, 2021
Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R.
KEYWORDS culture of excellence / infectious disease control / restoration business development / restoration business leadership / restoration business management
“Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.” African Proverb
If you are reading this, it is likely that you overcame challenges, learned new things, pivoted, showed resilience, supported others, and more, after navigating 2020.
Although challenges and change are inevitable as we journey on into 2021, we should move forward with a new sense of confidence and accomplishment. After all, you did it! You, your team, and your company, did it! You navigated a year full of endless challenges and should celebrate the achievement.
There are possibly endless lessons and reflections that we can learn from and share as an industry. I look forward to serving on the R&R Panel, Lesson’s from Covid-19, presented by The Experience University, February 10, 2021, learning the lessons of others, sharing my own and building a solid future together as an industry.
As individuals, companies, and as an industry, there were many journeys, challenges, lessons, and reflections of the year, 2020. As we move forward and start our new year energized, focused on goals, and ready to take on the challenges and changes ahead, I share a couple of thoughts to keep the momentum going strong:
To read the entire article written by Lisa Lavender, COO, please select the following link: Post-2020 Huddle | 2021-01-07 | Restoration & Remediation Magazine (randrmagonline.com)