How to Be a Role Model of Resilience

4 Things Employees Need From Leadership to Support Their Well-Being

In times of crisis, there are two directions human nature can take: succumbing to fear, helplessness, and victimization, or moving toward self-actualization and engagement.

Significant risks that can keep organizations from developing thriving cultures — and other organizational threats — become magnified during societal and global crises.

In times of crisis, there are two directions human nature can take: succumbing to fear, helplessness, and victimization, or moving toward self-actualization and engagement.

This was especially true in 2020. Compounded uncertainty about Covid-19, a failing economy, rising unemployment, school closings, disrupted workplaces, social isolation, and societal unrest made it the worst time most employees have ever experienced.So how do you lead and inspire employees during a crisis or major disruption? According to Wellbeing at Work: How to Build Resilient and Thriving Teams, by Jim Clifton, chairman and CEO of Gallup, and Jim Harter, Gallup’s chief workplace scientist, employees need four things from leaders during a crisis…

How to Be a Role Model of Resilience

When reflecting on the past year, the notion that change is the only constant takes on new meaning. Organizations across sectors were navigating important changes prior to 2020—from heightened customer expectations to digital transformation—but Covid-19 exponentially accelerated those forces while introducing new ones of significance. And let’s not forget how abruptly.

Some say the pandemic is just a dress rehearsal for what is to come

In reinforcing the ever-present potential of change to powerfully and pervasively disrupt the status quo, the pandemic has made much of what guided brands toward success up until the recent past null and void. For business leaders, this makes honing organizational agility more of an imperative than ever…

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