A global pandemic changes things—your strategy included.
When the market gets volatile, employees look to their leaders for answers—what do we do? How does this change our strategy? And are we still running towards the same goals?
In our webinar, Element Three CEO Tiffany Sauder and longtime leader and strategy expert Don Gottwald will unpack the big topics that are top of mind for leaders right now—everything from making decisions when everything is changing to keeping your team focused and dialed in through challenging times.
What you'll hear about.
- When to hold steady in your strategy and when to pivot
- Making critical decisions and leading teams during unpredictable times
- How to keep your focus forward to see the bigger picture
- Advice for keeping your team focused and determined
Scared Confident is a series of conversations on the pressure points that scare us enough to demand change in our lives, and what we learn about ourselves on the other side. It’s about overcoming paralyzing challenges in marketing, business, and life.
Your webinar speakers.
Tiffany Sauder, CEO at Element Three
Tiffany Sauder is the CEO of Element Three, a full-service marketing consultancy in Indianapolis. After taking over in 2006, she’s been named to IBJ’s 40 Under 40 list and transformed E3 from a small creative shop into one of the fastest-growing marketing consultancies in the Midwest. Tiffany is an active member of the Indiana chapter of Young Presidents Organization (YPO), and sits on the boards for Gibson Insurance, YPO Indiana, and Orr Fellowship.
Don Gottwald, Advisor | Consultant | Investor
Don Gottwald has spent over 30 years developing and implementing strategic growth plans, leading teams of 15 employees to more than 17,000, creating new programs and services—and building shareholder value in every economic environment.
Sustained financial growth, healthy teams, and strategic clarity are all evidence of Don's talents and focused career.
Most recently, Don served as the Chief Strategy Officer and President of Digital, Data, and Mobility Solutions of KAR Global. He holds an MBA from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree from Northwood University.