Change management requirements, increased marketplace demands and intensifying competitive factors all mean that leaders need to show more composure than ever before in the workplace, writes Glenn Llopis, writing for Forbes.com.
Leaders must avoid showing signs of immaturity or being unprepared, insists the author. To help them, Llopis presents seven ways to maintain composure during high-pressure situations:
1) Don’t let your emotions get in the way. Strong-willed leaders are able to keep their cool while still managing to get their points across and express their concern and care. There is no need to shout of get overly animated.