Work is very different than it was at the optimistic onset of 2020
Our lives turned upside down and for many, the workday went from canteens and commutes to jogging bottoms, home schooling and trying to meet deadlines against the constant background noise of home life.
For those who were not able to stay home, work suddenly included masks, sanitiser, and social distancing – giving “work stress” a whole new meaning.
From a talent perspective, some businesses weathered the pandemic storm better than others, adapting quickly to respond to the needs of their people.
Conversely, coming out of the pandemic,others have lost top talent because they didn’t emphasise a people-centered approach, which leverages the unique needs, insights, and capabilities of your people and weaves them into the fabric of your organisation;
to build a foundation of trust,openness and resilience.
This isn’t a new concept, but what is new is that employee expectations have fundamentally shifted.
Click on the link below to find out more in this informative ebook from Wylie and learn how how well-positioned you are to navigate the move towards a more people-centered culture.
If you know where you currently stand, you can better determine how to move forward to reduce employee stress, while hiring and retaining your top talent.
And, If you would like to know more or discuss your people centred approach challenges drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org