Self-reflection is even more critical during a crisis. Even in easy times, we have a tendency to want to move quickly, lest all of our decisions and responsibilities start to pile up.
In a crisis, this tendency gets much worse. But this confuses activity with productivity. It is far better to do less, but to be intentional and strategic about how those things are done—especially when time is tight and the stakes are high.
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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