Leadership Amid Change: Building Organizational Resilience from the Inside Out | Sessions
REPEATED WEDNESDAY AT 7:30am
The world's changed professionally and personally as we 've all been challenged to change how we live, work and socialize. None of us are the same now that a pandemic has shown us a new normal. People are exhausted, hopeful and concerned about their jobs. To retain your team and talent, you must understand the effect change has on staff or risk losing them to a competitor. The 'Great Resignation' is upon us. Addressing this, and other employee concerns openly will increase retention, grow productivity, lower stress/burnout and health issues, as well as strengthen communications. We understand that change is a constant and it's our job as leaders to assist staff who are struggling, give them the tools and let them know they're not alone. We'll focus on team development, growing leaders and maximizing employee performance. Change has many forms. Sometimes, it's organizational change or health concerns. Or, it may be uncertainty in our industry, more disruption, more competition.
- Demonstrate a greater ability to successfully lead, build collaboration and navigate a culture of change.
- Identify the seven most powerful actions (compiled from my 5-year study) we can take to successfully integrate generations in the workplace.
- Recognize the challenges of staff as some transition to a more remote work environment (as public health and business needs dictate).
- Develop a stronger-agile vision to stay productive, engage as a leader and create deeper relationships at all levels.
- Discover three key factors that allow individuals to stress less, grow engagement and produce even during challenging times.
- Engage change management skills, better communication skills and a stronger, more flexible staff/team.
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