Resilience is the capacity to respond to change and disruption in a flexible and innovative manner. In the face of adversity, resilient organizations maintain productivity while minimizing the emotional toll on their employees.
How do we continue influencing and inspiring our teams, peers and learners during a significant disruption, like a global pandemic?
Building shared resilience takes time and intentional practice.
Here are five key differentiators that set organizations with high levels of resilience up for success in these difficult times.
As a learning leader, you must strategically plan and identify which systems to hold onto and which to let go of in order to be resilient and successful.
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.
In the face of fluctuating regulations, disruptive competitors and emergent client requirements, learning professionals and people leaders can employ five strategies to build resilience.