The Future of Your Work Part 2: From Survival to Strategy
There’s no going back. It is abundantly clear that the global pandemic fueled an unprecedented level of workforce disruption.
The reality is that change is constant, but last year reminded the world that change is also often unpredictable, rapid, and able to irreversibly disrupt the way we work.
Whether leaders recognize it or not, your organization has changed, your workforce has been disrupted, and your team has adopted a culture that may or may not serve the organization going forward.
This playbook outlines four steps leaders can take to move their organization forward from survival to strategy.
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