Leaders today need to build skills to deal with uncertainty. Two key skills required are change adaptability and change resilience
Inflation is taking its toll on us and there is talk of change adaptability and resilience in a light of a potential recession, while the tech industry is currently shedding tens of thousands of jobs. Is it possible to grow a business in these conditions? What steps should an entrepreneur take to grow their business during unpredictable times?
As part of our Strategy Series, Kage talks with fellow successful business owners and growth experts to help you discover new ways to grow your business during challenging economic times. Today, we had the pleasure of interviewing Phil Lotter.
Phil Lötter is the CEO and founder of the Piilo Group, with offices in Canada and South Africa. He has more than 25 years of international experience in business management and consulting.
Phil started his career as a lecturer in Economics and then joined Accenture where he worked across industries in Africa, Europe, Middle East, and North America. After Accenture, Phil started the Piilo Group to focus on business change and the transformation of corporations and governments.
Phil holds a postgraduate degree in Economics and completed various international studies. Phil serves on management committees of major corporations and provides advisory services to key executives.