“Whether it’s responding to a slow burn issue, a critical incident, a natural disaster, or a combination of incidents, leaders need to overcome their autonomous responses, much like first responders.”
This was the assertion made by Jarrod Wilson when the chief executive of Sydney-headquartered risk management firm Dynamiq examined organisations in terms of how they have responded amid the coronavirus crisis.
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