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    Leadership and Management

    How to Plan When We Don’t Know What’s Next

    Let’s be honest. There’s no “recovery playbook” in this COVID-19 world. There are, however, lots of assumptions out there—assumptions about when things will return to normal, what that new norm might look like, and how we’ll be impacted.

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    Three Activities That Make Business Recovery Possible

    In the midst of uncertainty, stability is anything but a buzzword. It’s a hot commodity. Your business must have it to move from crisis to recovery. The odds of recovery and resilience are more possible if you do the following:

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    Leadership and Management

    Procrastination is a Leadership Pitfall 

    Hard as it might be to admit it, we sometimes put off the tough stuff in our job. Procrastination is a leadership pitfall. Here are some points to keep in mind:

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    Leadership and Management

    Proactive vs. Reactive Leadership in Times of Crisis 

    With the understanding that it’s necessary to spend time in reactive mode just to keep up with the hour-to-hour changes of business and the world, there is also an opportunity for leaders to make a strategic, conscious effort to be in the proactive space.

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    Leadership and Management

    How to Handle the (Temporary) New Normal 

    In the spirit of helping all leaders, we’re sharing some of what we know to be true, based on our consulting expertise that’s been ongoing since 1960. Since that time, we’ve helped tens of thousands of leaders and clients manage serious challenges.

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    Communication

    Keep Commitments and Credibility Intact

    Commitments are sacred. And the bigger the commitments, the more sacred they seem to be. Like a number of other vital leadership traits, honoring commitments is a high-impact activity that can make or break leadership credibility.

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