Creating Success During A Downturn In The Economy

Johnson, Rick
April 2008
Supply House Times;Apr2008, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p184
Trade Publication
The article describes how a leader can be successful during economic downturn. It is noted that a good leader should make emotional connections with his management team and encourage them to open up and share their dreams for the company. He must re-examine sales effectiveness process and structure. Thus, fostering growth in an economic downturn depends on the person with a command of leadership.


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