Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything. You need to take your time in a hurry.
This advice is invaluable, whether it's about a gunfight--which Wyatt Earp was referring to--or leading a team through a crisis. Calm and deliberate action is what's required, often from incomplete and conflicting information.
Be the calm in the storm.
There is nothing simple about what's been happening the last couple of weeks and what will be happening for the next 6-10 weeks. The following couple of years will most likely bring a lot of unknowns with the general economic fallout, along with some market sectors growing rapidly.
- There is a lack of information and lots of conflicting information. There will continue to be. It's not anyone's fault. Accept that as a fact to be coped with and not a problem to be solved.
- You will have to make decisions in this environment. Accept that many of these decisions will be wrong. Accept that you will have to regularly change course.
- Know that you have to present to your team as being calm and controlled. They perceive you as having far more control as a leader than you actually do.