Positive Leadership Tips in Covid Pandemic

For business leaders, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated exceptional change. More than ever, the health of organizations is direly and obviously linked with the health of workforces, the health of our society, and the health of our planet. Unimaginable shifts in our daily lives are convincing Small and large companies to adapt quickly and identify creative, unconventional ways to operate and survive.

Almost all Leaders and Business personnels were thinking how do we move forward in such uniquely uncertain circumstances? 

To gain that foothold, leaders should follow up on three goals: Need to Think differently, React Differently and Interact Differently

Think differently

  • Think conceptually to grasp the complexity of the situation
  • Stay focused,Take quick decisions and create the ability to do experiments.
  • Instead of seeking individual success, work toward building a successful team force.
  • Think in terms of what is right, don’t try to determine who is right.

React Differently

  • Need to be mentally tough, and persevere in difficult times and quickly evolving circumstances.
  • Be a risk taker, Be Bold in the face of ambiguity
  • Need to be persistent to excel, even in most demanding situations

Interact Differently

  • Comprehend and acknowledge new perspectives and ways of thinking and working.
  • Be socially flexible to collaborate seamlessly and naturally with different Leaders and Business Personnel.
  • Show Leadership by being confident in any critical situation.

Additionally, “Look for strengthened solutions which serve purpose and cultural commitments to any business.” 

Most fundamental task for leaders is to act from ‘their heart.’ As the pandemic began to make its presence felt, we saw proof of pioneers perceiving and feeling for the human side of the change. It was evident that great Leaders focused on individuals over business. 

Leaders often applied the same principles to better serve their clients, particularly during an emergency. 

As Businesses start the recovery process, Leaders should remain focused on the standards of compassion and prosperity of the representatives.

Last but not the least I hope these Two tips, gathered over the course of my experience, can help you and your executive team navigate the challenges we all face today.

  1. Self care is Important

Self-care is essential to better progress. We as a whole need rest to liberate ourselves from a reliably unpleasant environment. The main thing you can accomplish for yourself is to get enough rest, practice routinely, put down the gadgets, and spent with the loved ones. You cannot effectively lead your association through an emergency if you are not well.

  1. Plan and Prepare

A portion of the most noticeably awful business choices are made when feelings direct the result. Preparing for an emergency is perhaps the main thing you can do as a Business Leader. The most ideal approach to do this is to conceptualize noteworthy techniques with your authority group. Walk through a number of “what-if” scenarios that helps you and your team make decisions based on facts rather than emotion and prevents you from making wrong reactions to emergencies without adequately thinking about the effect on the Business.

  1. Try to Know Others Better

In any event, when things are working out in a good way, we don’t generally set aside. Because different person and their work styles can clash, especially in stressful and uncertain situations, it’s imperative to make connections. The best leaders take responsibility for meeting people in a way they understand and communicate. That implies understanding distinctive work styles,preferences and perspectives. 

Hope you find this article helpful. Do share your reviews and doubts in comments.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started
%d bloggers like this: