How should leadership respond during the COVID-19 crisis?

How should leadership respond during the COVID-19 crisis?

Without a doubt, the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting businesses – both small and large. So in these unsettling times, what should board members be focusing on and how should leadership respond to the crisis as it unfolds?

On this week’s teissPodcast, Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the Information Security Forum (ISF), offers advice on how leadership should engage with shareholders, customers and their employees, as well as why he thinks there’s no better time than the present to reassess how we operate – both as businesses and as individuals.
In Steve’s view, the pandemic will have long-term implications on the way we operate as businesses, so this is an excellent opportunity for us all to learn.

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