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Norden's employees came together via fitness app during the pandemic

Leadership Chats: Jan Rindbo and Norden held a wellness campaign over eight weeks during corona to keep people active and lift their spirits. Between the global team they logged 1,000,000 minutes of exercise during the period. The picture-sharing feature brought a smile to the CEO's face.

Photo: Lars Krabbe/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

How did the pandemic and lockdowns affect your leadership style?

What really changed was the communication. If we go back to the beginning of the pandemic, I think there was a real need to communicate very clearly, also about how it could impact the company.

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