COVID-19 has been a long-awaited catalyst in changing the way we think about our workplaces, namely, both how and where we want to work. The great ‘working from home’ experiment has largely been a roaring success.
The need for teams who can work apart, yet be as connected as ever, has never been more important. Engagement, trust and self-direction are crucial, so how do we cultivate this?
We wrote this paper to explore how individuals and teams can navigate these new ways of working and emerge stronger than ever. In this paper, we outline four burning platforms that we can use to surface and address the challenges we face in a working world redefined by COVID-19.
Moving into a leadership position requires you to shift from being an individual producer to a people leader. That means you're now responsible for bringing out the best in others and maximising the collective intelligence of your team, as you are for generating revenue.
You have the technical skills and knowledge to be great at your job.
Becoming an exceptional leader is an adaptive challenge; meaning you must change to be the best leader you can be.