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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Don’t change what works | Lindsey Pollak

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Lindsey Pollak, the author of The Remix, recommends that as we adapt to changes from this pandemic, it is still essential to stick to fundamentals that work. If you are currently leading a team remotely, Pollak suggests to not change what works in your leadership style and habits. The only thing that is changing is the medium of how you lead people, but your approach will stay the same.

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