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The pandemic accelerated change and, with it, the need for executives to rethink how they nurture their careers in a new business environment where agile, virtually connected, and tech-driven skills are essential to thrive as a leader. What worked 2-5 years ago is no longer optimal for how businesses and people work together. Subsequently, the need for executives to rethink how they nurture their network is paramount.

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Whether you're managing a team or leading a country, making a transition into a leadership role can be a bit of a challenge. If you want to start off on the right foot, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

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You've worked hard and paid your dues to finally earn an executive position. Hard work does pay off!

Just one minor drawback: Your new position may be bad for your health.

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Being a manager or leader of a business is already hard work! Now, imagine converting your workforce to remote almost overnight and becoming a remote leader?

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I grew up as a "latchkey" kid with both parents working. My routine involved walking home from school alone, letting myself into my house with my "key," and taking care of myself until my parents came home in the evening.

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