Leadership and crisis management during crisis situations
The business environment is regarded as a dynamic system that is in a continuous change. As a result, there is an imperative need within organizations to have trained people managing the various situations that might occur. Years before this approach was acknowledged, it stated that one effective solution in order to overcome problems is by identifying the real cause, recognizing which leadership is appropriate and ‘encouraging’ employees to examine critically the leadership method in concrete situations, in this manner to better fit their ‘style’ to the situational demands. Nowadays, the research shows that leadership is still recognized as the way of focusing and motivating a group to enable them to achieve their aims
Volume (Year): 17 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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