This article was inspired by a Tweet from James Clear who asked his followers to share, in one sentence, the main idea from a book that changed their life.
There has been an interesting power shift underway for the past 12 to 18 months that was sparked by the health pandemic. Where power once sat somewhat firmly with an employer or business, there has been a shift in power to the employee - the individual.
Consider how you operate each day. As everyday issues and challenges arise, we make decisions about how to handle them. How these situations are handled are a clear indication of your culture. Here’s what’s uniquely different about operating with “normal” or common challenges versus the unexpected.
As the world of work continues to evolve, it’s important to focus on consciously creating a healthy workplace culture. This starts with being mindful of the day-to-day experiences of your team and extends across the entire employee lifecycle.
The change leader is able to leverage others' motivators or personal drivers to mobilise the energy to make change happen. Whether you are an executive, director or project leader, one of the most powerful and pivotal roles you can play in your organisation is that of a change leader.
If remote work is here to stay, should there be an executive role dedicated to the associated challenges and responsibilities? It’s an interesting indication about the future of remote work that leading tech companies are hiring C-suite and senior level roles dedicated to this exact purpose.
Managers still matter. With more than a decade of research, Project Oxygen at Google has shown that the qualities that make managers great have grown and evolved along with the company. Anyone interested in leadership should be interested in what follows.
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Engaging stakeholders is different virtually compared to face-to-face. So much of the relationship between you and a stakeholder hinges on trust and communication, and it may be “unfamiliar territory” if you’re building a new virtual relationship with a stakeholder.