The pandemic has brought forward the moral imperative to address systemic issues of inequality in society and in the workplace. In the weeks since the murder of George Floyd, the architecture and construction industry has […]
Leaders should engage in self reflection and initiate open, humble conversations with those in their teams and organizations to interrogate and refine company values.
Culture Continuity is the management practice of responding to and recovering from periods of intense change. Its purpose is to build a robust and resilient workplace culture that continues to serve business strategy.
Today, no matter whether your company was just beginning or has been established for decades, it’s time to adopt an entrepreneurial mindset.
If you aim to be inclusive in your approach to managing this change response, invest your time in having inclusive conversations to inform your leadership and decisions, and establish or re-establish a sense of connection in your company.
As businesses of all sizes respond to the significant changes inherent in global economic disruption, it is clear many of the behaviors, values and ways of working together may not suit the needs of a post-pandemic workplace.
The role of feedback and recognition become more important as people adjust to intense change. It is common for people to feel less confident and to be less productive in their work.
In times of disruption, our established ways of working, thinking and communicating are turned on their head, opening the doors to creative possibility.