Leadership is all about managing change. And in this disruptive world, where new organizations giving stiff competition to larger organizations, leaders are also facing challenges with regard to being more agile in their approach to innovating new processes. While everyone talks about employee training and development, what doesn’t get enough attention is leadership learning. With multigenerational workforce, the expectations of the leaders are also undergoing paradigm change in their leadership styles. Employees want more transparency from them, it’s not about profit anymore. Millennials want to know what’s the purpose of the organization. While multigenerational workforce is coming into the picture, organizations have a bigger picture in mind. What they don’t want to miss out in this competition is talent. And there is a dearth of good talent. And newer workforce doesn’t believe in just lip-service. Having an L&D programme in the agenda but not working on it or measuring its success is not what they want. They want proper validation of their beliefs that they have for the organization.
Watch this video to know what Nitin Sethi, Partner & Chief Commericial Officer at Aon Hewitt India had to share at the L&D League Annual Conference 2016 about this.