Leaders should integrate an approach of purposeful leadership throughout talent strategies, beginning with recruiting —to win the war for talent, says Nell Derick Debevoise, speaker, author, and entrepreneur, and Founder and CEO - Inspiring Capital.
We should train managers across levels in how to manage more diverse teams and ways of working, to maintain connections and to demonstrate empathy, as well as fairness in how people are treated, says Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of CIPD.
We are seeing a new chapter in the war for talent which is intensifying the need to offer flexibility, meaning, and even moral validation for employers, shares Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Organisational Psychologist; Chief Innovation Officer, ManpowerGroup.
There are times when we need an isolated space to focus and concentrate, and there are times when we need to hang out with colleagues in person. And this is what the future of physical workplaces will be all about, says Viswanath PS, the MD and CEO of Randstad India.
Winning the talent race will warrant organisations to consider the new work patterns that may be offered as part of the employee value proposition and evaluate how they manage a hybrid workforce to ensure future success.
When work is no longer a time and place but output, efforts need to be made to ensure that your people, your talent can identify with the vision of the company, shares Ritu Rakhra, Regional HR Head, Dell Technologies India.
Worthwhile creation demands concentrated work carried out in substantial chunks of interruption-free time. How can corporates cultivate deep thinking in the age of instant communication and other attention-fragmenting distractions?
In an exclusive interview with us, Nickle LaMoreaux, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, IBM touches upon some of the most talked-about aspects of the new world of work including the hybrid work conundrum, lessons learnt from the crisis, work-life integration, top priorities of IBM, and more.
Getting noticed amongst the noise is really hard for organisations today. But making sure that the authentic voice of the organisation is coming through is the most critical, says Seema Padman, Sr. VP, HR, Epsilon-India and APAC.