Transparent leaders acknowledge that employees and family members are experiencing a wide range of emotions.
Panic, anxiety and unrest contribute to real-time worries about staying focused, being productive, job security and overall health and well being of employees and their families.
These are the current emotions of most people across the globe. Emotions have no geographical or ethnic boundaries. Furthermore, emotions cannot be regulated.
As employees and family members scramble to plan for their children, ageing parents and themselves, they look to their leaders for guidance and support.
Once the pandemic subsides, the world will never be the same.
Employees will remember how they were treated. Were their leaders kind, compassionate and sensitive to their worries and the real-time need to be flexible?
Retention of your customer base and employee population rides on your leadership during this global crisis.
The very best leaders will be the ones who reflect the best practices and a model culture. Employees and customers who feel that they and their families were valued and cared for become the very drivers that reinforce retention, attract new talent and an engaged culture.
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