Psychologist: Managers have had the wind in their sails for the first weeks of crisis and remote working - here come the after-effects

Demands on leaders in the financial sector and elsewhere have increased dramatically during the current crisis. The critical crisis leadership during the corona lockdown is now being replaced by phase two: the after-effects, according to a head psychologist who has some recommendations for leaders.

Head psychologist Helle Folden Dybdahl believes that mangers are entering phase 2 of the corona crisis - and this may be more challenging than phase 1. | Photo: PPclinic/PR

Over the past few weeks, several managers in the financial sector have reported that transitioning to working remotely and managing from a distance during the corona crisis has gone surprisingly well.

However, it might be too early to call it a success. During the first critical phase of the crisis, the managers had the wind in their sails, but now the after-effects are emerging.

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