It is important to master a crisis reasonably. The bigger the crisis is, the more important is the right handling of fears, uncertainty and stress – both in contact with others and with oneself!
A crisis happens suddenly and it is impossible to estimate how, when and whether one will be able to cope with it.
For many, this leads to anxiety, uncertainty and stress. Stress is a perceived excessive demand.
Fear is a taboo subject for managers and the higher the hierarchical level, the more important it is for managers to radiate calm and sovereignty.
Coaching in crises supports this:
„It is not things that trouble us, but the opinions we have of things.” (Epictetus)
What can I do in my role as a leader in challenging times? What are the Future Skills?