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From the Cockpit
   Lessons in Leading Through Crisis
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE
From consolidations, mergers, and acquisitions to re-engineering profit centers; managers are faced with what often appears to be "crisis" situations. And with crisis comes the fact that staff often experience anxiety, the offshoot of fear.

Leading Your Employees in Times of Crisis
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Remember, in the opening scene of the movie Gladiator, how Maximus rallies his soldiers with the words, "What we do in life echoes in eternity?" he says. Well, the same is true in the workplace. Your employees will remember how you treated them during highly emotional times. If you want your organization to be a place the best and the brightest will want to work in the future, you must be very careful what you do in the here and now.


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