I’m seeing some brilliant examples of leadership out there. Many people are digging deep and stepping up to be great leaders. “What do we need to do differently to lead in a time of crisis”? I asked this question in a few of the webinars I ran this week,

The answers I received were fascinating. They included:

🔺Remain calm

🔺Provide inspiration

🔺Speak to staff frequently

🔺Provide clear communication

🔺Support them

The list goes on.

My take on the question above, especially given the answers I received?

Nothing!

To be effective leaders when times are good we don’t need to do anything differently than what great leaders are doing now – during a crisis. We just need to take the time to do it.

This is the main difference that I’m seeing. Managers are taking the time -because they have to.

Managers who are not prepared to lead this way when things return to normal – whatever that is – may need to rethink their role.

Businesses who have managers who are not prepared to lead this way when things return to normal – definitely need to rethink those managers’ role.

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