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Coronavirus : leadership and recovery. Cover Image Book Book

Coronavirus : leadership and recovery

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  • ISBN: 9781647820497
  • ISBN: 1647820499
  • ISBN: 9781647820503
  • Physical Description: print
    xiii, 178 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Harvard Business Review Press, [2020]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Section 1. Leading your business. Four behaviors that help leaders manage a crisis ; start by coaching your team to decide with speed over precision / by Chris Nichols, Shoma Chatterjee Hayden, and Chris Trendler -- What are companies' legal obligations around coronavirus?; eight factors leaders should know / by Peter Susser and Tahl Tyson -- Real leaders are forged in crisis ; lessons from Lincoln, Churchill, MLK, and others / by Nancy Koehn -- Section 2. Managing your workforce. Fifteen questions about remote work, answered ; how leaders, managers, and employees can make the sudden shift / by Tsedal Neeley -- How to manage coronavirus layoffs with compassion; especially if you have to deliver the news remotely / by Rebecca Knight -- Your employee tested positive for Covid-19, what do you do?; be compassionate but - act quickly / by Alisa Cohn -- How can't-close retailers are keeping workers safe; six lessons from grocery stores and other essential businesses / by Sarah Kalloch and Zeynep Ton -- Section 3. Managing yourself. How to manage your stress when the sky is falling; control your physical and mental arousal like an athlete / by Michael Gervais -- Three tips to avoid work-from-home burnout; how to leave work when you don't leave the house / by Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns -- That discomfort you're feeling is grief; the classic five stages of grief can help us find meaning in this moment / by Scott Berinato -- Section 4. Seeing beyond the crisis. Ensure that your customer relationships outlast coronavirus; five strategies for communicating with customers during a crisis / by Ted Waldron and James Wetherbe -- Understanding the economic shock of coronavirus; what paths could recovery take? / by Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Martin Reeves, Paul Swartz -- What will U.S. labor protections look like after coronavirus?; move beyond short-term needs to long-term reform / by Megan Tobias Neely -- We need imagination now more than ever; it's crucial for creating new opportunities and finding new ways to grow / by Martin Reeves and Jack Fuller.
Summary, etc.: "Lead your business through the crisis, and prepare it to rebound in the recovery. As the pandemic is exacting its toll on our lives and wreaking havoc in the global economy, forward-looking organizations are moving past crisis management and positioning themselves to leap ahead when the economy turns around. What should you and your business be doing now to stay afloat today-while planning for tomorrow so you can come out of the crisis stronger? Part of The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review series, Coronavirus: Leadership and Recovery provides you with essential thinking about managing your company through the Covid-19 pandemic, keeping your employees (and yourself) healthy and productive, and challenging your business to continue innovating and reinvent itself ahead of the recovery."--
Subject: Coronavirus infections Economic aspects
Industrial management
Coronavirus infections Economic aspects
Industrial management

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