COVID-19 is a global pandemic according to Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the General-Director of the World Health Organization.
How do you prepare your organization to not only flexibly respond to this potential disruption, but also to use it as an opportunity to reimagine work broadly?
With a data-driven, action-oriented approach to change readiness, transformation leaders can move beyond anecdotal evidence and identify the specific challenges of the upcoming change.
To make legitimate progress, we must move beyond words and into actions. And that starts with how and who we hire.
Understanding the world around you can be difficult if you’re constrained by traditional thinking. New approaches to knowledge can help.
In the face of a global crisis, well-prepared businesses can help protect their workers and their bottom lines.
People want feedback that helps them grow and improve. But how you deliver it matters, too.
The ability to delegate is a key leadership competency. Yet, many supervisors and managers on the road to becoming valuable and valued leaders fail to do so.
In casual conversations, check-in meetings, brainstorming sessions, and performance reviews, we predict regenerative leadership will make its mark in 2020.
People want meaningful jobs, fair pay, transparency, growth and, most of all, kindness.