How to Help Your Leaders Maintain Emotional Intelligence During Challenging Times

Mental preparedness and emotional intelligence to cope in a crisis are vital tools in our personal and professional lives. The events of 2020 were one of the most significant tests of mental resilience this generation has ever seen. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health and preparedness are at the forefront of conversations across organizations, in many cases, for the first time.

If the events of 2020 taught us anything, it was to be well-prepared in case of a crisis. But preparedness goes further than making an emergency kit and ensuring toilet paper supplies are well stocked. Similarly, good leadership requires more than just decisiveness and intelligence. In turbulent times, leaders and managers need to be well-equipped with practical tools to use their emotional intelligence and support others. 

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