Paradoxes abound: Employers are facing extreme staff shortages in some regions and industries, while there are workforce reductions in others. Flexible work arrangements enhance productivity, but can erode trust and culture. Managers are more important than ever, but may not be skilled to lead in new work conditions.
Yet coming out of trauma often drives new opportunities and fuels growth. HR and business leaders need to adopt challenge versus threat thinking and focus on adaptive capacity to prepare and propel the workforce to action. Resilient leaders use crises as an opportunity to advance the organization and create new capabilities.
What You Will Learn
How resilient leaders play offense and defense at the same time to lead through paradox.
The key resilience competencies which provide the basis for handling current realities and driving transformative growth.
Ways to completely reinvent your relationship with change through growth mindset.
Andrew Shatté, Ph.D.
Chief Knowledge Officer and Co-founder, meQuilibrium (meQ)
Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, meQuilibrium (meQ)