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Leadership Will Change Forever After the Coronavirus Pandemic–Forbes
4 Behaviors That Help Leaders Manage a Crisis–Harvard Business Review
The roles and responsibilities of business leaders have dramatically changed in the past few weeks. Before COVID-19, CEOs and other executives in high-growth companies were focused on fostering innovation, driving revenue, and gaining market share.
Today, many of those same leaders must make rapid decisions about controlling costs and maintaining liquidity. They may encounter unforeseen roadblocks—supply chain issues, team shortages, and operational challenges—that drastically alter the scope of their roles and priorities. All the while, they and their teams are navigating health and safety concerns, working remotely, and supporting their families through the pandemic.>>> READ MORE
Bill Gates Describes What Separates Successful Leaders From Everyone Else During Bad Times–Inc.
At a time when people at all levels—including and especially those on the frontlines—need information to make decisions quickly, great leaders will take off their masks, communicate what they're feeling and seeing, and push the bad news to the forefront. They do this because they trust in the ability of those who they hired to come up with the answers to problems.>>> READ MORE
Different Types of Thought Leadership Content [VIDEO]–LeadG2
Businesses want to hire real people that are considered experts in their industry—and thought leadership content helps with both. There are many benefits of thought leadership content and this series provides the top three tips that will help you create ideas as well as see what's important in the eyes of your prospect. This article shows you the different types of content that you can create in order to share your message.>>> READ MORE
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