Wednesday June 3, 2020

Effective leaders take the long view

In the current crisis, managers must support, work and communicate with staff in order to come out stronger

12th April, 2020
Paul Cummins, managing director at Seachange says leadership decisions today can be the difference between having motivated staff or not when operations resume

As a behavioural psychologist who supports frontline businesses with their thinking and management around risk, I find the Covid-19 pandemic presents shocking new challenges.

Even though we are confident that employers in Ireland can overcome this, the unfortunate truth is that some leaders and businesses will not be so resilient.

To manage the inherent risk and fear that Covid-19 presents, organisations need to quickly move past the shock of the pandemic to active control measures.

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