We share with you a post published in ‘Fast Company’ in which you can learn more about Daniel Lamarre

 

Fast Company: What was the biggest business lesson that you took away from having to navigate a company during a crisis?

Daniel Lamarre: The big lesson I learned was the importance of staying in communication with our cast and crew. Because in theory, for many, many months, they were no longer our employees. And we might have decided to say, you know, they’re no longer our employees, let’s forget about them. But we did the entire opposite . . . We were communicating with them on a regular basis. And we were focusing on being ready and on standby for when the crisis ended.

FC: I wonder how you dealt with balancing the needs of the performers against the needs of the people who actually had to continue working—and were probably working like two or three times the amount. Did you have to figure out ways to manage their workplace burnout? (…)”

 

Read more: https://www.fastcompany.com/90730440/how-do-you-lead-a-company-through-the-worst-of-times-just-ask-the-ceo-of-cirque-du-soleil