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Talent Canada: How strong leadership will drive performance in ‘new normal’

Connection between CEO and OH&S professional is critical

November 25, 2020  by Talent Canada

The choices a leader makes to grow the business and support employees through challenges defines their leadership, writes Lisa McGuire. (chokniti/Adobe Stock)

The continued rise of COVID-19 cases across Canada requires leaders to adapt and maintain safe operations through rapid change.

Leaders must be able to pivot rapidly to meet the emerging risks of the pandemic. The speed of change poses unprecedented challenges to protecting both business and the safety and well-being of our most important asset — people.

Leadership has always been a critical factor in the success of workplace health and safety.
COVID-19 has become a catalyst for leaders to rethink how they lead — and more importantly, how to protect their people and their business in the “new normal.”

Read more on Talent Canada, one of Canadian Manufacturing‘s sister publications.


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