Being a better leader in a crisis

Being a better leader in a crisis

Whether you lead a country or a cafe, how can you behave better in the midst of a crisis?

A crisis period may be the toughest time to try to create positive change. Not only is it hard to build trust when everyone is disrupted and on high alert, but under pressure, most people are likely to revert to habitual behaviors.

(Article by Liz Kislik in www.business2community.com 17 April 2020)

For many leaders, that means falling back to a single-minded urgency and intense task focus. But even during tough times it’s possible to look at our personal reactions and leadership responsibilities and make new choices to strengthen our human skills.

  1. Handle yourself before you try to handle anyone else
  2. Focus on your biggest responsibilities
  3. Look at both sides

Read the full article here at www.business2community.com

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