There is a severe disconnect between managers and employees, including differences in leadership, productivity, and expectations between the two groups, as well as how each sees each other, reveals new research from 15Five.
With sustainability taking centre stage, corporates will have high demands for talent with specialist knowledge in domains such as regulatory, financial, and scientific standards governing the sphere, says Mathieu Zone, Vice President, HR and Communication, Bostik.
To stay competitive, organisations must strive to retain their top talent while empowering their employees to consistently develop new skills so they can respond and adapt to changing environments, says Himanshu Palsule, CEO, Cornerstone OnDemand.
Leaders should reconsider the way they build their cybersecurity teams, to include diverse workers with technical skills to meet the cyber challenges of today and tomorrow, say industry experts.
From diversity and inclusion, to developing technology skills, to retaining young talent, to driving organisational change, experts are increasingly plumping for reverse mentoring to achieve these ambitious organisational goals.
HR leaders tell People Matters about various ways to find out if you are at the right workplace and will grow your career to how to broaden your view about yourself to make better long-term career decisions.
Embracing agility is a transitional process that affects not only the product development team but also the way that personnel across all departments think and behave, says Rashim Arora, vice president, operations – India at CDK Global.