Leadership During Turbulent Times

April 30, 2020
12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. EST

Hosted by the Administrative Services Section. 

Serving in a leadership role inevitably means that one will face challenges, setbacks, and crises, often referred to as the turbulent times. Working proactively, being innovative, and taking bold action are just a few of the action steps for leading through turbulent times. This webinar will discuss some various scenarios that might occur during one’s leadership and will provide a collection of mindsets and habits, use of strengths, and behaviors that can be used to become authentic leaders during the turbulent times.


  1. Explore different leadership challenges that can occur during turbulent times.
  2. Examine principles of leadership and innovative thinking and crisis management
  3. Apply leadership styles to real world examples of turbulent times.
  4. Evaluate the relationship between leadership and collaboration and examine ways to achieve win/win outcomes. 


Jennifer L. Adams, PharmD, EdD, FAPhA
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs | Director of Interprofessional Education | Clinical Associate Professor
Idaho State University College of Pharmacy


Renae Chesnut, EdD, MBA, RPh
Dean & Professor - College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa