Crisis management is needed during a global pandemic. This is a time when organizations need to radically adapt. It is a time to rethink priorities, develop new plans that will meet today's challenges and keep your employees safe. This period will be stressful, so physical and mental health need to be priorities. There will be a new focus on video conferencing, other means of communication, and other new ways of doing things.
But: What happens when things get back to normal? How will this experience change the marketplace? How will your organization and your employees deal with these new pressures? And most importantly, what new skills will you need when the crises has passed? What do your teams need from you today in order to prepare for the future?
These are times of challenge and change. And some things are much easier than before. We can communicate and exchange information with colleagues, customers, supervisors, and team members via video, phone, email, or messenger. But some things are harder. There is often more to organize and coordinate. The exchange via headphones, telephone handset, or computer screens has a few downsides.
Ever faster, ever further, ever higher. The world is moving too fast. In an attempt to cope, we often try to do too much. It would be useful to take a break and sort things out. Here are helpful methods to more effectively deal with time pressures, complexity, and stress.
You get tasks assigned by your bosses. You organize the tasks around, telling them you will help if they run into a problem. Yet despite the delegation, you feel all the responsibility is still on you. Others don't perform properly without your intervention. They are not becoming independent.
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