Now is the time for adaptive leaders
In times of crisis, people depend on leaders to provide clarity and hope. Fear can be contagious, breeding irrational behaviour and anxiety – and in business, this can lead to lower productivity and employee engagement.
Making the case for change
Sometimes it takes a crisis to force change upon us and make us re-think our assumptions. The current pandemic is a true test of any organisation’s culture – how well its people and systems can operate under unanticipated pressure.
From emergency response to greater resilience
The true test of any organisational culture or leader lies in how your people perform through challenging times.
Re-thinking plans through times of crisis
Employee rewards and performance management plans keep your talent motivated, engaged, and aligned with business objectives. In uncertain times, this is more important than ever – and organisations need to avoid making rash, short-term decisions that could lead to future retention challenges.
Building resilience into your talent pipeline
Over the past decade, the war for talent has been everpresent. This is no different when times are challenging – every organisation needs the right people to adapt to unanticipated change and ensure business continuity