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Culture After COVID-19: What is the future of corporate culture and the employer-employee social contract?

By Daniel Forrester, Dr. Philipia Hillman and Eliza McDevitt

An ability to pivot held some companies together, while thousands of others have shuttered. As the virus lingers, its economic wake will have an impact on corporate culture for years to come. How will things change—and by how much? What must leaders do now and in the months and years to come to best adapt?

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Now that organizations have moved to a remote environment, developing a successful virtual team is critical to maintain productivity. Communication, collaboration, and negotiation are all skills that help successful teams make key decisions that lead to organizational effectiveness.

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Is Your Culture Bleeding or Breeding Talent?

By Janet Szumal, PhD

Taking the lead to create a more Constructive culture through your behavior, decisions, and interactions will not only help to breed talent, it will also help your organization to be more effective overall.

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In change leadership we talk about “organizational readiness” to prepare employees to embrace change. Rarely do we speak of “leadership readiness.” Yet, year after year, the lack of sponsorship is the number one cause of change failing to meet its objectives. Perhaps it’s time to talk about “leadership readiness.”

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Through the power of constructive conflict, an organizational culture of engaged, passionate, purposeful, loyal and connected employees can be sustained in ways that are measurable in profits and immeasurable in quality of contribution to the greater whole.

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