How a Car Navigator can Teach us How to Handle the Unexpected

We can all learn a useful lesson about handling crises from a car navigator. Image by Lynda Sanchez, Pixabay

Things go wrong. Your plan might be brilliant, well resourced and deftly executed, but there will always be obstacles in your path. Learning how to deal effectively with these unexpected difficulties is an essential leadership skill, and also an effective way to stay calm in a crisis.

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Lecturer, Speaker Coach, Writer. TEDxStockholm Board Member, Speaker Team Lead & Speaker Coach. Writer for hire, author of book “Payforward Networking”.

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Andrew Hennigan

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Lecturer, Speaker Coach, Writer. TEDxStockholm Board Member, Speaker Team Lead & Speaker Coach. Writer for hire, author of book “Payforward Networking”.

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