In this article, Kevin McNab weighs in with leaders in the Denver business community about smart, professional ways to connect in times of crisis.
Sometimes it takes moments of great personal and professional difficulty to see how strong your network is. You lean on your contacts for advice, industry information or emotional support, and they, in turn, lean on you. The connections — or reconnections — you make during times of crisis can have a monumental impact, but you won’t know how helpful your network can be unless you reach out.
The most important thing to remember is to be tactful, professional and empathetic when communicating with people, especially if you haven’t spoken in a while. To help, we asked members of Business Journals Leadership Trust how they recommend reconnecting and drawing on your network in a crisis. Here’s what they had to say… READ MORE!