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Talented Senior Managers Revealed in Crises

Friday, March 20th, 2009

In prosperous times, mediocre and even poor managers can go unnoticed. But with the economy tanking at a speed equivalent to that of 1929-1933, consumer demand drying up and senior managers at corporations around the world instinctively adopting the defensive strategies, market conditions have created the ideal laboratory for identifying where the real talent lies among managers.

For over a decade, the majority of managers had an easy time, steering their companies through prosperous times, and earning bonuses for a minimum of sweat.

Now the seas have become choppy, the economy is in a tail spin, and qualities of leadership, vision, communication, decision and diplomacy are required.

The current situation is an ideal catalyst for identifying top managers.

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