If you’ve ever been in — oh, how shall we put this? — an unpleasant situation at work, listen up. There are plenty of ways to handle a crisis at work.
The best way? Inhale. Exhale. And then own up to it.
According to a piece in The Wall Street Journal, a professor at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business weighs in on ousted Target CEO, Gregg Steinhafel’s resignation at Target. He worked for 35 years at Target Corp. and landed the CEO role in 2008. The massive credit card data breach of up to 70 million dollars likely contributed to his demise but there are definitely lessons to be learned from his rise and fall.