Emerging Stronger: Leadership Lessons from a Crisis
In 2020, we saw three crises: a contracting economy, a global pandemic and widespread racial injustice. I believe there's a signature leadership lesson to be learned from each.
As a CEO who led companies through the dot-com bubble, the Great Recession, and now the Covid-19 pandemic, believe me when I say the challenges entrepreneurs like yourself faced in 2020 were unprecedented.
In the past 10 months, you’ve been asked to confront a contracting economy, a global pandemic, and widespread racial injustice. Looking at things through a historical lens, navigating a business through 1918 (the Spanish Flu), 1929 (the Great Depression), and 1968 (the Civil Rights Movement) in a single calendar year is no easy feat.
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