Executives and other business leaders face day-to-day challenges, but dealing with a crisis is different and when it comes to an existential threat like a global pandemic few can be expected to be prepared.
Crises are unsettling, and employees are looking for ways to balance their professional requirements and their emotions.
If our experience is any guide, we have learned that Leadership can provide that mooring and build engagement and future loyalty by being visible, communicative, open, honest and disciplined.
While looking for positives in this crisis, know that your relationship with your people can be strengthened with proper leadership.
I don’t know if “best practices” exist for such situations, but I have been learning and my own actions and responsibilities have evolved. Click here to learn more.