To succeed as an organization in these fast-changing times, business leaders need to think not just about what crises are happening today, but also what opportunities tomorrow might bring.
Adapting employees’ skills and roles to the post-pandemic ways of working will be crucial to building operating-model resilience.
HR leaders have had to quickly pivot from recruiting amid the lowest unemployment on record to managing a sea change in the way people work while planning for a very different post-COVID future.
We’ll likely feel post-pandemic ramifications for months and years to come, all of which will require a shift in the way we resource and hire workers.
We are all in uncharted territory. Just a few weeks ago, I wrote about the new imperative for any HR leader. I shared my thinking on how an HR leader is expected to help their company achieve its business goals and KPIs. Facing a global pandemic sheds a different light on these words. Business-as-usual goals and KPIs are put on […]