Leading remotely: management mindshift in time of crisis

Advice abounds for the suddenly remote workers across the globe on how to adjust to the new normal for the foreseeable future, yet leaders of companies and teams who may have resisted the idea of remote work until now may need an even greater mindset shift during these trying times.

As our lives get turned upside down, a complete overhaul and re-fit of leadership is required. Trying to figure out survival strategies that balance commercial crises with guiding teams in a manner that helps the people they lead to navigate this period with as little emotional trauma as possible under the circumstances, is an extraordinary challenge, says Debbie Goodman, leadership expert and CEO of Jack Hammer, Africas largest independent executive search firm with offices across the continent as well as Los Angeles.

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