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3 immediate actions managers should take to be considered confident leaders during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond

3 immediate actions managers should take to be considered confident leaders during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond
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Executives are faced with challenging decisions during the coronavirus outbreak — and how they respond will be telling of their leadership abilities.




A recent study from the business advisory firm, Brunswick found US workers want their leaders to support statewide stay-at-home orders, require staff to wear protective gear such as masks and gloves, and retain employees.




Workers are more confident in leaders who are able to accomplish all three of these goals.




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It can be challenging to lead a team in the middle of a global pandemic. But there are ways to build your teams confidence in your leadership ability.
In an exclusive research partnership with Business Insider, business advisory firm Brunswick found that US workers want leaders who support stay-at-home measures, require personal protective gear in the workplace, and value financial stability.
Here's why these three actions will help to bolster employee confidence in your leadership ability.
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