This study has been conducted to know how the strategic leadership can be designed to strengthen their capacity to deal strategically with a wide range of possible crises in their organizations face. An effective leadership is required to ensure that employees are staying focused and are maintaining a reasonable level of morale. Managers need to supplement their efforts with effective leadership that considers the struggles implicit with times of crises. Hence, Leadership roles are characterized by the need to deal with ambiguity strategically. So, drawing upon a world-wide, cross sectoral research base covering natural disasters, industrial accidents, economic breakdowns, political scandals, escalated social conflicts, terrorist events and major policy fiascoes. The study conducted to know how to encourage active learning of leaders’ through a combination of various activities such as role-playing, peer feedback and encounters with expert witnesses from both the public and the private sectors. It provides an understanding of various crises movements and different leadership challenges to tackle with them. The study has been comprehended to know the strategic approaches of leaders for crisis management and also find a spot and deal with key traps to avoid crises. Anticipate and operate effectively in the post-acute phase of emergency of crisis management. The most important principle of leadership is to have a strong set of beliefs and also know about the goals of the Business to inspire the subordinates towards achieving the objectives of the organization.