When teams are spread across multiple locations and on modalities, leaders can be challenged to ensure that everyone has the same information, especially when frequent updates or changes are common.
Jasneet Kaur, director, people and culture at IPM India tells People Matters about the challenges of digitally managing the workforce, the biggest shifts in employee expectations and her top priorities as a chief people officer in the new normal.
Companies that can override the prevailing lack of trust and provide their people flexibilities and opportunities make true progress, said Andrew Stephenson, Chief People Officer of Equiniti Group.
While leaders are ready for hybrid work, 1 in 2 organisations in APAC do not have a long-term vision for Work 3.0, reveals a new report.
A significant 58% of government employees felt burnt out by workload and 13% of them have admitted to having ‘quite quit’ in the same period, a rate double that of most other sectors in India, finds a study.
The hybrid work model has created a growing disconnect between employees and leaders. The latest Work Trend Index Pulse report by Microsoft highlights how improvements to culture, leadership and technology can help here.
Commitment, consistency and credibility are the three mandatory Cs which need to be character traits of the leaders of the future, Vijay noted during the interaction for the latest episode of People Matters Podcast.