Use these leadership strategies to prepare for a smart recovery post-pandemic

Recovery is even more challenging than dealing with the immediate crisis and requires careful planning and strategic execution.

Let’s call 2020 a reaction. It was the year that happened to us, and we responded as well as we could on as many levels as possible, all at the same time. There was no plan or playbook, nor standard operating procedures to reference. We consulted expert advice, stayed nimble, and learned via trial and error.

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