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Webinar: ATTENTION LEADERS! Crisis Management: What? How? When? Where? And Why? It Matters Now

By Steve Stelpflug | Published: March 24, 2020
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For people in leadership roles, the five questions posed above are always important. But in uncertain times like these, it is more imperative than ever that you ACT.

Action speaks volumes.

During this webinar, we will talk about 9 important steps you should follow to get your through these uncertain times.

  1. Stay informed
  2. Have a present and clear plan of action
  3. Remain calm
  4. Communicate often
  5. Be firm
  6. Listen
  7. Let others lead
  8. Provide reassurance
  9. Be supportive

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Written by Steve Stelpflug | Principal, WordWerks Consulting

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Entrepreneurial /results-driven executive with a broad range of business experience encompassing program management, newswriting, editing, broadcast, print and social media, training and development, curriculum and learning management, strategic and tactical planning, vertical and horizontal market development, b2b marketing, public relations, and project management. Recognized for building and maintaining relationships among diverse groups with the ability to create alliances using strong intuitive, evaluative and motivational skills. Focused on achieving continuous business improvement and organizational performance.

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