Leading In Turmoil

Colin Shaw has put together this great little list of 10 things a leader should do in a time of turmoil.

  1. Be seen and seen often
  2. Embrace honesty
  3. Set out the plan
  4. Roll up your sleeves
  5. Situate yourself on the front lines
  6. Communicate regularly
  7. Encourage, don’t discourage
  8. Put your feelings to one side
  9. Stick to your principles
  10. Find your patience

You can read the full post here.

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