Uncertainties and disruptions are the current norms. Human beings are adaptive, especially in times of crisis.
What matters most now is “crisis leadership”, a leadership that can swiftly and timely develop strategic foresight with practical actions.
Crisis management needs strong leaders with strategic thinking and plans.
We are looking for leaders who are prepared and ready to respond to the crisis, and regard crisis response as a test of stewardship and leadership.
Effective crisis leaders tend to bypass routine policy-making procedures and bureaucratic red tape in order to accelerate decision making process.
Critical policy decisions emerge from a multi-actor coordination process, in which consultation and negotiation are the orders of the day.
The following questions should be constantly reflected by a crisis leader.
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