Expert Says Proactive And Compassionate Leadership Will Help Businesses Survive The COVID-19 Pandemic
Atlanta, GA…Despite the enormous economic impact the deadly Coronavirus is having on the nation, there is a way to understand how to resolve problems, identify and leverage opportunities and grow business during the Coronavirus crisis. The key, however, is finding meaningful ways to benefit customers and society at large, which is a vital leadership component that not enough businesses are currently displaying, according to Terry Budget , a leadership expert, corporate trainer and author.
A sought-after speaker, founder and CEO of Alpha Success, LLC., a leadership training and consulting company, which helps companies and organizations transform managers into peak performing, results-oriented leaders, Budget says those who understand how to find solutions in crisis situations that benefit not only their business, but also benefits others, are leading to win and are A.L.P.H.A leaders.
“Leaders who understand how to proactively maneuver their business within a national crisis situation like the global infection of Coronavirus Covid-19, know that opportunities can also abound in crisis situations like this,” says Budget, author of “The Leader’s Blueprint,” based on his own uniquely designed A.L.P.H.A. philosophy, which is an acronym for Attitude, Leadership, Purpose, Honor and Acumen. “However, a key to success is not only attending to the business of doing business effectively and efficiently, but in this case, also investing in the business of saving lives,” he said.
A major aspect of Budget’s work is to assist companies and organizations with empowering groups to successfully navigate through change and transition, while helping to develop and build more resilient teams through learning to lead with maximum impact. An area of specialty for him is being able to uncover and address root causes of organizational problems, and educating and integrating team leaders on how to resolve issues with sustained, measurable and lasting results.
As a result, he has led effective training seminars and workshops for leaders of correctional institutions, including the Virginia Correctional Association, Virginia Regional Association of Jails and the South Carolina Department of Corrections, where he has instructed leadership development, mindset transformation and GED preparation to promote prison and inmate reform.
Budget, a weekly contributor to the Atlanta Business Journal Magazine on Leadership, says that companies that recognize and address the psychological impact that a crisis like the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic is causing people, must get involved where they can to help combat the situation and think less about profit and more about people as the alternative will only lead to them losing their credibility.
“The world is in a crisis and now is the time to be a crisis leader,” said Budget. “Society cares about its families, and businesses and organizations should look at ways they can reach out to lend services to others who are unable to care for themselves,” he continued. “In this dire Coronavirus situation, leaders must get involved and make strides to combat this problem. “You are now seeing this with major companies like GM, Honeywell and Brook Brothers, etc., ramping up production of masks and ventilators. If you want to make a difference during these trying times, then it is critical to be the difference you want to see,” said Budget.
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