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Posts From the monthly archives: "May 2020"

After the world’s abrupt crisis management, the real leadership test is what comes next. Returning to the familiar is going to be a mistake. For business leaders, coronavirus has been a trial by fire for crisis management. It has been an exercise in making gut-wrenching choices, staying calm, confidence projecting, and providing comfort…(Read More)

In 2018, we saw that 5.3% of Americans (that’s more just over eight million people) worked from home. Who knows what the statistic will look like for 2020 because of COVID-19. With the pandemic forcing the majority of the population to work from home, video conferences and meetings are the new norm…(Read More)

Strong morale is never a luxury item; it’s always an essential. And that’s especially true today. Companies that can sustain employee morale while coronavirus disrupts their business will be better off than those who watch it vanish. “We can’t predict where the 2020 economy is going to go,” states industry analyst&nbsp…(Read More)