By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant
Lockdown brings a whole new perspective – most of the research this month is either about remote working or about how we want to change the world post-pandemic. Maybe there is a better world out there for us to nurture…
How to lead in a pandemic – Dan Rockwell tells us we need to be present and enjoy the journey as much as the outcome. HBR encourages us to prepare for post-pandemic by envisioning the future and developing a strategy to get there. BCG suggests the changes which will endure are those that have revealed weaknesses or friction in our current ways of working. Automation continues to change the skills balance and will create demand for greater humanity and thinking skills. Businesses need to develop digital dexterity in their workforce and provide opportunities for employees to transition into new roles. McKinsey suggests now is the time to double-down on purpose to attract and retain employees and customers for the future.
What does this mean for leadership?
Leaders keep themselves and their squads up to date on the latest thinking so click here for links to all the research highlighted above!