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Bringing the latest insights: Q1 2020 – Special edition on the impacts of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Published on: Mar 27, 2020

In the midst of the COVID 19 crisis, business leaders are rightly concerned about how their companies will be affected and what they have to do next. In the heat of the moment, there are a number of lessons from history that can be applied now. We have pooled the insights of Deloitte leaders in affected areas around the world to provide practical insights for chief executives and their leadership teams in taking appropriate action.

There are five fundamental qualities of resilient leadership that distinguish successful CEOs as they guide their enterprises through the COVID 19 crisis:

  1. Design from the heart…and the head
  2. Put the mission first
  3. Aim for speed over elegance
  4. Own the narrative
  5. Embrace the long view

Resilient leaders can take specific tactical steps to elevate these qualities during the current crisis, blunting its impact and helping their organizations emerge stronger. With the right approach, this crisis can become an opportunity to move forward and create even more value and positive societal impact, rather than just bouncing back to the status quo.

This publication was released by our Denmark firm.

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