The Corona virus has revealed a state of human weakness in facing it, and it has also revealed the absence of attention on the part of countries in the science of crisis management and the absence of strategic planning, and the weakness of strategic leaders in most countries of the world, and that the spread of this virus in the way we lived will inevitably affect the future of the world, and that the world is beyond Corona will inevitably not be the same as it was before Corona, and since the crisis is complex and intertwined, so its treatment must be a comprehensive and integrated treatment among the countries of the whole world, and the research aims to highlight the potential for the strategic leadership's contribution to managing the Corona crisis, and the research is talking about the future vision of a post-world Corona. Study design: Study design of article is descriptive study Results: This study found that leaders at the strategic level must develop insight, wisdom, and the ability to think outside the box and they must be able to relate and synthesize ideas, and that strategic leaders must have the ability to consciously sense opportunities that are distant - opportunities that are not clear to others -, and it includes Identifying such opportunities, the ability to explore and see what is unfamiliar, through a comprehensive view of the system, and this view must be reflected in their willingness to evaluate ideas in terms of their value to the system, not just their function, and to envision the features of the strategic leadership of the post-Covid-19 world.
Gharbia, Ramadan; Azmy, Eman; and Elmaghraby, Huda
"Strategic leadership in organizations and its role in managing the Corona crisis,"
Delta University Scientific Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/dusj/vol4/iss1/7