Leading Up

Freiberg, Kevin; Freiberg, Jackie
February 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Feb2009, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p8
The article discusses how businesses can cope with the economic crisis. They are advised to focus on things that they can control in the business and avoid panic and fear in management and rumination over the negative news. Communication is cited as an important factor to keep people informed and away from assumptions. Other suggestions are about finding inspiration and sharing concerns and strategies.


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