When the pandemic upended the global economy last year, unemployment spiked, companies had to rapidly lay off or furlough employees, and markets remained uncertain. This meant everything was uncertain for businesses and their employees, too.
Because of this, many businesses spent the past year trying to either achieve or maintain stability. With more people getting vaccinated and cases falling across the country, the economy is stabilizing and increasing confidence in both consumers and businesses.
As such, leaders are shifting their focus from simply surviving to thriving in the months and years to come. But making big plans can be a challenge, especially for leaders. It’s easy to get distracted with the
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