Disruptive forces are driving the future of work. And to ensure that organizations succeed in a rapidly changing business environment, new kind of future-ready leaders are needed. But are corporate leadership structures evolving to maintain pace with disruption?
In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith shares his thoughts about shaping the leaders for the future of work and encourages employees to take charge of their own engagement and learning.
In a jointly hosted roundtable discussion by People Matters and C2C Organizational Development, HR and talent leaders from various industries discussed the struggles of cultivating a trusting work ecosystem that boosts employee engagement and in turn translates into business results.
Amy Tan, 3M Leadership Coach at the Global Academy for Innovative Development, in conversation with People Matters, talks of the changing faces and phases of leadership, the evolving skillsets needed to be a good leader and building authentic leadership.
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In the next three years, 120 million jobs in the world’s 10 largest economies will need retraining or re-skilling. To adapt to this new environment and help shape it, employees need to embrace continuous learning. Amid these changes, HR needs to not think, act, or be like traditional HR; they need to understand their job is now “human transformation”. In this issue, we will focus on what HR leaders and organizations need to consider today to prepare for tomorrow.