By Dr. Sudip Bose, MD
Oct. 11, 2016 -- How do you make decisions under pressure?
Leadership under pressure is not analysis paralysis. How do you move from analysis to action? In emergency leadership, you have to act, and you have to remain composed under pressure to ensure you have a positive outcome, or at least to find the path to the best outcome a situation affords.
How do you fight and win? Three key points:
• Fill the vacuum
• Say something
• Divorce emotion
These are three principles that will help you lead and perform under pressure.
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