Linking Crisis Management and Leadership Competencies: The Role of Human Resource Development

  title={Linking Crisis Management and Leadership Competencies: The Role of Human Resource Development},
  author={L. Wooten and E. H. James},
  journal={Advances in Developing Human Resources},
  pages={352 - 379}
The problem and the solution. Most executives are aware of the negative consequences associated with an organizational crisis and focus on communications and public relations as a reactive strategy. However, many neglect the other leadership responsibilities associated with organizational crises.This may result from lack of formal training and on-the-job experiences that prepare executives to lead crises. Executives who enable their organizations to recover from a crisis exhibit a complex set… Expand
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