What to Do When Your Company Is In Full-On Crisis Mode

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The you-know-what just hit the fan. Your startup is in full-on crisis mode. What do you do now?

Luckily, professional coach Lindsay Broder has the answers. In this video, Broder discusses the actions business leaders need to take to stop the bleeding and what to keep in mind when managing a team through a crisis. 

"It's also important to look at yourself, as the leader, to see what you did and what you can do better next time," Broder says.

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How to Spot Opportunities for Growth at Your Startup

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The Keys to Becoming a Better Business Leader

 

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