The right kind of leadership can make the lives of your followers quite different during the pandemic.
This post is part two of two we’re sharing this week — highlighting best practices for individuals and leaders in organizations to support them in navigating the ‘new normal’ we’ve all found ourselves in during 2020 — as discussed by world-renowned leadership experts from Fisher College of Business and its connected community. To read part one, click here. Best Practice #3: Manage your meetings
Self-awareness is a beneficial skill for leaders to spend time developing as it helps with being more available to — and supportive of — others.
When we look back to last January, I’m sure a lot of us expected 2020 and the beginning of a new decade to be a lot less volatile. A coronavirus pandemic, the public killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, another hyper-polarized election cycle and the fall resurgence of COVID-19 have all led to a tumultuous year for individuals, teams and organizations.