Gabrielle Lamont-Dobbin

Pre-Doctoral Research Associate
Email gabrielle.lamont-dobbin@insead.edu
The COVID-19 crisis has revealed a great deal how national leaders cope with rapid change and make decisions with far-reaching consequences at a time of uncertainty. Not only have they struggled with the unpredictability of the pandemic but with the intricacies of intra-national and international politics.

Published 15 Sep 2020

Reference 6602

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Global

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The COVID-19 crisis has revealed a great deal how national leaders cope with rapid change and make decisions with far-reaching consequences at a time of uncertainty. Not only have they struggled with the unpredictability of the pandemic but with the intricacies of intra-national and international politics.

Published 15 Sep 2020

Reference 6602

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Global

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The COVID-19 crisis has revealed a great deal how national leaders cope with rapid change and make decisions with far-reaching consequences at a time of uncertainty. Not only have they struggled with the unpredictability of the pandemic but with the intricacies of intra-national and international politics.

Published 15 Sep 2020

Reference 6602

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Global

View case
The COVID-19 crisis has revealed a great deal how national leaders cope with rapid change and make decisions with far-reaching consequences at a time of uncertainty. Not only have they struggled with the unpredictability of the pandemic but with the intricacies of intra-national and international politics.

Published 15 Sep 2020

Reference 6602

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Global

View case
The COVID-19 crisis has revealed a great deal how national leaders cope with rapid change and make decisions with far-reaching consequences at a time of uncertainty. Not only have they struggled with the unpredictability of the pandemic but with the intricacies of intra-national and international politics.

Published 15 Sep 2020

Reference 6602

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Global

View case