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Leading in a Crisis: 3 Kinds of Resilience to Strive For

The current pandemic is composed of intense sprints during an enduring marathon. Leading an organization through COVID-19 means developing three types of resilience: personal, institutional and post-crisis.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a mega-crisis, and will rapidly overwhelm organizations and cause disruption for extended periods of time, similar to the Japanese tsunami in 2011 or the USA’s Hurricane Katrina in 2006, except on a global scale.

During a major disruptive event like this, it is important to prevent partial or complete breakdowns of the people, organizations and networks involved in response and recovery efforts.

Read this full article via Government Technology here.

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