It’s a brand new year and many professionals will start to consider what resolutions and changes they can put in place to make the next 12 months even better than the last. One key way in particular for business leaders will likely be to improve their leadership, but for this to be a success, professionals will need to identify some of the poor characteristics of leadership in order to change for the foreseeable. For example, with the current pandemic looking set to continue having a dramatic impact on the way employees work, leaders will need to take a look at how they are leading staff through this time of crisis and how this can be improved. This could include promoting good remote working habits, such as encouraging time off, showing empathy towards staff and their circumstances...
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