Chris Marston discusses how firms can turn a crisis into a masterclass for change 

The past few months have posed the toughest leadership test of our generation. We’ve watched a human tragedy unfold and been forced into crisis management as the doors closed on the economy. 

Looking back over recent months, what is the most important thing you have learned from leading your firm through a pandemic? For me, it has been seeing the positive and transformative outcomes that result when business leaders are agile, flexible and human. 

Firefighting was the order of the day throughout the economy when lockdown became inevitable; and firms found themselves acting instinctively to manage the fast-moving situation. Though there have inevitably been economic casualties, in embracing this change we&rsquo...

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