eBook: Leaders must grapple with new interpersonal priorities in the 21st-century
Our latest e-book, “Leaders must grapple with new interpersonal priorities in the 21st century,” takes a deep look at the new challenges and priorities leaders face when hiring, engaging and retaining employees in today’s workforce.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, employee expectations and other factors such as the increasing sophistication of digital technology were beginning to transform the workforce and the workplace. The pandemic supercharged the transformation, and employers must adjust quickly to hire, engage, and retain the best people.
What you’ll learn:
- The pandemic-related transition to remote and hybrid work models didn’t change the importance of employee engagement, but it did challenge the ability to measure engagement due to lack of visibility — making it hard for leadership to identify engagement problems when they arise.
- As the United States continues to diversify, organizations will have to change to create real opportunities for women, people of color, and other historically marginalized groups. Prioritizing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) is now essential to business success.
- Creating happier, healthier, and more inclusive workplaces requires leaders to develop a new set of skills. These include empathy, courage, and open-minded curiosity, all of which will help them embrace individuals with different perspectives and experiences.
- At The Bailey Group, our coaching bench consists of both business leaders and psychologists with deep experience around these vital skills, giving clients broad insights from across the entire spectrum of leadership and human experience.
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