Becoming a More Patient Leader

Sep 2 2020

By David Sluss.  Originally posted to Harvard Business Review on September 2, 2020. 

Leading effectively — especially during a crisis — takes patience. If you can’t retain your composure in the face of frustration or adversity, you won’t be able to keep others calm. When your direct reports show signs of strain, you need to support them, not get irritated. Solutions to new challenges usually take time to put into practice.

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Whiplash Leadership

Whiplash Leadership

By Russell Pearlman; originally published in Briefings magazine. For most organizations, it began in mid-March 2020.  Not just the pandemic and the slew of business lockdowns, of course, but the round after round of decision making. The first wave of decisions had...

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