Crisis crashes teamwork but culture skills can fix it

The ability to manage crises is a leadership skill that has rapidly gained importance in recent years. The COVID19 pandemic; drastic government action, probably under the pressure of the pandemic; the war in Ukraine, and meanwhile the lingering threat of issues like global warming—the crisis management skills of corporate leaders have been tested again and again. But knowing how and why personal temperaments differ also makes it easier to become less emotional, place everyone’s opinions in context and ultimately, to work together. There are ways to combine seemingly opposing reactions into effective teamwork.

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