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WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh’s 5 Big Leadership Tips During COVID

From key executive messaging during COVID-19 to not raising health insurance, World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh gives his best leadership advice during uncertain times in his Best of Breed Virtual Series keynote today.

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WWT’s Jim Kavanaugh Advise To Leaders During Uncertain Times

World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh knows a thing or two about leadership having led WWT for more than three decades and countless IT transformations.

Through Kavanaugh’s leadership, WWT is now a $13 billion solution provider with 7,000 employees that successfully navigate the COVID-19 pandemic while at the same time helping countless customers stay afloat during the crisis. He ranked among the top ten highest-rated CEOs in America in terms of leadership during the pandemic, according to a Glassdoor analysis of employee rating in 2020.

During The Channel Company’s Best of Breed (BoB) Virtual Series today, Kavanaugh spoke about being a successful leader during uncertain times.

“There’s no better time to talk about this topic considering we’re right in the middle of a global pandemic and we’re right in the middle of significant social unrest,” said Kavanaugh. “I also believe when you look at leadership, leadership really shines or basically exposes itself in very challenging times like this. So in times of challenging situations like this, it’s more important than ever that leaders step up.”

CRN breaks down Kavanaugh’s five most important thought leadership advice during his keynote speech at the BoB Virtual Series today.

 
 
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