The New Psychology of Effective Leadership

The New Psychology of Effective Leadership

Being challenged in life is inevitable, being defeated is optional.

COVID-19 is forcing world leaders to practice crisis management in its purest and effective forms.

Initially, crisis responses tend to be constructive and characterized by decisiveness, effectiveness, and maturity. People switch into emergency mode and become laser-focused on the immediate situation. Yet as the initial acute phase of the crisis wanes, leaders have to tackle a different set of problems. The practical side of crisis management gives way to psychological warfare.

It triggers the unpredictability, frustration, and insecurity in us and can cause irrational and inappropriate reactions as diverse in nature as in-fighting, panic, and apathy. People become tired, passive, and disillusioned. With the rush of adrenaline waning, there will be more pressure on both financial and mental resources.

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