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The heart of resilient leadership: Responding to COVID-19

The heart of resilient leadership: Responding to COVID-19

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A guide for senior executives

SUMMARY

This Deloitte report takes a look at five key qualities of resilient leadership that distinguish successful executives as they guide their businesses through the coronavirus crisis. 

According to the study on the Covid-19 outbreak and crisis management, resilient executives and CEOs must make difficult decisions to protect financial performance while showing an empathetic and compassionate approach towards their employees, customers, and the broader ecosystem.

Over the Covid-19 crisis, the paper, notes, business leaders must put the mission first and aim at stabilizing their businesses while trying to search for opportunities amid difficult constraints. Business leaders also have to aim for quick responses over perfection. This means that businesses must take key action based on imperfect information.

The Deloitte paper recommends business leaders to be transparent and concentrate on the future, examining the new business models that are likely to appear and put in place the innovations that will define our future.

OUTLINE

Leadership in times of the Covid-19 crisis

Crisis management

Speed over perfection

Corporate trust

Resilient leadership

 

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Title
The heart of resilient leadership: Responding to COVID-19
Sub-Title
A guide for senior executives
Region
Global
Published
March 16, 2020
Publisher
Deloitte
Author(s)
Punit Renjen
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
10
Number of Tables
0
Number of Exhibits
0
Topics
business-and-corona
Tags
black swan, china, corona, coronavirus, corporate communication, Covid-19, crisis management, global, health, healthcare, leadership, supply chain, supply chain management
Author(s)
Punit Renjen
Methodology
Not available.

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