2020 forced us to pivot and adapt to some extreme VUCA conditions – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity around the pandemic, politics, weather, and now the vaccine, just to name a few! Many of us crafted solutions that allowed us to continue conducting business during these conditions, and solutions like remote work and video conferencing have now become much more refined and widely adopted. This is a small example of how VUCA events tend to provide a catalyst for innovation and progress. 2020 taught us all so much about our capacity and leadership styles, and I’ve identified a few lessons here that rose to the forefront and showed us better ways of leading teams and conducting work, even during the most challenging times.