Today's volatile and uncertain marketplace demands capable change leadership. Executives and direct managers across levels play crucial roles in leading change.
To succeed in a virtual world, skilled negotiators will need to dial up their curiosity; find ways to be more creative; and recognize when to advance positions and when to hold back.
Aligning your development efforts to the future of the business is a surefire way to shroud your budget in a cloak of safety.
The best guess is that the world of work in 2030 will be a lot like it is today. It is a safe bet that trends in motion now — gig work and automation, at least in manufacturing — will continue. But there is unlikely to be any run-away change spiral.
In modern business, change is constant. Creating a relaxed space for trainers and leaders to share information about change is critical if learners are to engage and participate in the process. One way to create such an environment is to use humor.
Coaches work with leaders to see possibilities, figure out where resistance might appear and find ways to overcome it. In this way, coaches can play an essential role in leading change. To make change happen, everyone has to confront its scariness.
you have to make adjustments to the way you use your brain in order to work smarter – not harder. So, how do you optimize your brain to learn and adapt at the speed of change?
Instilling learnership is about equipping the workforce with the skills to learn, adapt and apply evolving knowledge at the speed of change.