The mindset of your team matters during change. When is the right time to support your team with the right kind of mindset solution?
As we begin to venture into a post COVID-19 world, a continuous improvement mindset will be the kindest gift we can give ourselves.
Given our dependence on technology and new ways of thinking about learning, we constantly need to manage change.
The ability to lead change and the ability to embrace change are the two most business-critical skills for any organization.
Because going through change is typically an emotional process, it’s important that our L&D teams are vocal and proud of what we can offer.
No matter the cause or type of change, all businesses want change to occur smoothly, effectively and with minimum disruption.
Leaders are moving from traditional leadership to behaving more like a scientist: They don’t have the answers they need to take action, yet they are required to act decisively.
We don’t need more leaders during this global crisis — we need better leaders, at all levels of society and organizations.
COVID-19 is not just a major health care problem affecting countries worldwide; it is also having a devastating impact on business.
Leaders will need to adapt their current ways of doing business to meet the new demands of their constituents — both employees and customers.