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BEHAVIORS THAT HELP LEADERS MANAGE A CRISIS

BEHAVIORS THAT HELP LEADERS MANAGE A CRISIS

Today, many of those same leaders must make rapid decisions about controlling costs and maintaining liquidity. They must decide with speed over precision, adapt boldly, reliably deliver, and engage for impact.

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The goal of servant leadership

Successful leadership starts with an attitude of providing service to the goals and dreams of customers and colleagues.

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Workers who have "buy in" often deliver quality products, as well as customers who become highly devoted.

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Organisations face 3 types of challenges during a pandemic:

  • Traditional Demand: The need to satisfy the same customer demand as before but with a modified approach. 
  • Emergent Demand: The need to satisfy a new customer demand that emerged from the pandemic
  • The time period of changes: Forecasting how long these changes will last, whether temporary changes are likely to disappear once the pandemic is over or sustained changes that will become a regular part of your organization’s operations going forward.

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