The pandemic reminded Ulrik Andersen to avoid micro-management

Leadership Chats: Golden Ocean CEO Ulrik Andersen began the job just as the global pandemic took hold for real, and it reminded him of the importance of empowering employees to make day-to-day decisions rather than micro-managing them. ShippingWatch explores post-corona leadership with select chief executives.

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The pandemic changed everyday work life for most of us, and also for the world's shipping leaders. Has their leadership style changed? Which lessons will shape the future of shipping as the world returns to normalcy?

ShippingWatch has asked several leaders in the industry about their leadership experience during these unprecedented times. Last week, we spoke with Anders Onarheim at BW LPG.

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