Leaders operating in high-risk environments tend to face unique situations that have to be dealt with in a certain manner. In many cases, these leaders need a certain skillset to help them cope with the high-risk nature of their work. I recently collaborated with Bill Murphy Jr., author of The Intelligent Entrepreneur and columnist for Inc.com. If interested, you can follow him on Twitter at @BillMurphyJr. I worked on this piece for Inc.com, and it is titled "15 Things Great Leaders Do When Things Get Really Dangerous." You can read the full article here. This version was edited down from the original draft, but I think you will like it. Also, if you are like me and think that safety talks can become too boring if we don't inject some creativity and humor, maybe you will like the video associated with point number 7.
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