One of the hardest things that I’ve found as a leader, and what I hear all the time, is that when you’re in a crisis situation, like the one we are in today, where there is persistent fear, persistent uncertainty, there will be a level of isolation that comes from the mandated separation that we are all enduring at this moment in time.
You put all those things together and that conspires to form a pretty rough environment. It does form a persistent crisis.
Leading in a short-term crisis is one thing, if the market tanks or you have an overage of a certain kind and you got to respond to it. But when it’s a long-term crisis, that’s a whole different animal.
Join me by the fire-pit and let’s discuss, “Leading Teams in Crisis”.
I’ll see you on the Rooftop….
Leading Teams in Crisis Virtual Course