There are tasks in a manager's everyday life that were tricky even before Corona. To create a good working atmosphere, an atmosphere in which employees feel comfortable and want to achieve something. In times of home work and video conferences, good management of the workforce is even more difficult, say experts. This means that the crisis requires special skill and skill from Germany's managers. A survey of Germany's most important top managers - Dax CEOs, Dax supervisory boards, CEOs of large family businesses - now offers a rare insight into the sensitivities of German decision-makers. WELT reveals what you can learn from it.
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