Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Oct 21, 2022

In business and in life, unexpected things will inevitably happen, often creating new challenges or distracting us from our missions. While these events may feel like crises, they can also present opportunities for growth and improvement. The key to navigating crises and accessing the benefits of unforeseen challenges is to become “chaos ready,” or prepared to adapt when things change outside of our control. 

As a globally recognized leadership coach and speaker, as well as a serial entrepreneur, humanitarian, volunteer firefighter, and victim's advocate, Corinne Hancock is accustomed to chaotic situations. She draws on her wide-ranging experiences to teach leaders and teams how to create a positive relationship with chaos so they can thrive in any situation. In Episode 117 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, Corinne shares the following:

  • The importance of distinguishing between crises (unexpected events) and chaos (our potential reactions to those events)
  • The most common default reactions to crises – avoiding, blaming, and complaining – and why it’s important to move beyond those initial reactions to finding solutions
  • The link between clarity and security, and how leaders can create greater clarity for themselves and their teams – even in the midst of the particularly chaotic times that many people are currently navigating 

To learn more about Corinne, visit or connect with her on LinkedIn. 

To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit