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Nothing about right now is normal.

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Rallying the troops when you feel exhausted and stressed is a recipe for self doubt. Here’s how to fight it.

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A man pushing several large balls of various sizes up an incline.
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Strict rules for business are now a liability, while the messiness of improvisation has become key to survival

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Companies don’t have the luxury of waiting for a stable decision-making environment

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There’s plenty of reading to keep you occupied during your socially distant vacation

1. Manifesto for a Moral Revolution by Jacqueline Novogratz (May 5)


Helping your remaining team heal is critical for your company’s future

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A woman working at home participating in a team video conference call.
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How to build better relationships with your team when everyone’s stressed out and miles away

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A woman closing her eyes in thought while sitting in front of her laptop at home.
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Teams everywhere are facing unprecedented challenges, and it’s tempting not to share scary information when there is already…


Coronavirus Diaries From the C-Suite

The clock is now ticking for many companies. For this one, it’s got until Mother’s Day.

Christina Stembel stands next to various flowers in their warehouse.
Christina Stembel stands next to various flowers in their warehouse.
Christina Stembel at her new distribution center in Watsonville, California. Photos courtesy of Farmgirl Flowers.


Management

Startups that aren’t sitting on significant cash reserves are currently in a fight for survival

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A woman looks serious as she listens on the phone while holding paperwork and sitting in an office chair.
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It’s time for steady decision-making and lots of repetition

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An African American businesswoman looking pensive while at home, in front of her laptop.
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