Being Proactive Not Reactive in Any Economy

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Being Proactive Not Reactive in Any Economy

Could your team successfully navigate another economic downturn? In the 2007 to 2009 recession did you take confident action, or like many others, did you react and hope for the best? If it all happened again, could you protect the business as well as your staff? In the last twenty years we’ve had two major economic disasters, and we’ve had the chance to learn from them. The economy is always in flux, and there is no way to schedule the next catastrophe. What leaders can do is stop reactive leadership and shift toward proactive thinking. Here are five primary ways to adopt proactive habits and move past knee-jerk reactions.