Summary: An engaged workforce—across generations—is the best vaccine for any organisation to help it develop immunity against future crisis; but are the leaders listening? Organisations need to learn from both the mistakes they made and the things they got right during this pandemic.
The impact of technology is almost always overestimated in the short-term and under-estimated in the long-term. Talent expects leaders to have the right mindset: one that is open, focused on people, and constantly embraces the advantages of technology.
A coaching culture can create transformational results for your business, your managers, and your teams. It can be your super-power, your success accelerator, your organisation’s very own magic wand.
‘Conditional telework’, with all its conveniences, is fast gaining acceptance among management as well as employees, alike. However, it does come with its set of disadvantages too and many aspects of it are up for debate.
Digital or not, most transformations do not cross the finish line. You might achieve your numbers for a while, but then people slip back to the old ways of working and nothing sticks, leaving you to solve the same problem again. In order to outdo poor transformation and engagement stats, we must manage to engage because the future of business is (still) people.
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