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Crisis and leadership

Tough times build strong leaders.

"When things are going very well, almost any corporate manager can appear to be a real leader while riding along high growth and easy success.

History has demonstrated time and again that effective leaders who can mobilize people, tackle tough problems and spot opportunities in crises emerge in times of great stress, change and uncertainty."

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sangeethvarghese/2010/10/04/terrible-times-build-great-leaders/#5fd49dd74e72


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