Across the globe, businesses face a post-pandemic workforce crisis after millions of people left the workforce and haven’t returned. But the starting point to addressing it is within reach.
There is a market correction coming that will impact most Enablement leaders. This represents the most significant opportunity in this space for those that understand and can apply "Sales Enablement 3.0" (as coined and defined by Roderick Jeffersons' book of the same name).
In part 2 of this fascinating series around ‘Future Leadership’ in partnership with PeopleSmart SAS, Shwetal Randive (Global Sr. Director, L&D & employer Branding at Radisson Hotel Group) looks at ‘Bold Leadership’ and whether she has seen the correlation between bold leadership and employee engagement.
Companies change faster when they can build momentum and leverage great teamwork
For over a decade I supported many leaders in SMEs & large companies to reinvent themselves and evolve their businesses
The consulting sector has done wonders to help companies evolve by providing the latest strategies, industry best practices, and know-how. This advice is helpful because it typically compares what you do to what others are doing and points you in the right direction.
The power of advice comes to fruition when leaders and teams work in perfect synergy.
It is no secret that the landscape of the US workforce is constantly changing, particularly in the wake of the global pandemic and as millions have quit their jobs – a movement deemed “The Great Resignation.” Now, over a decade since the economy endured one of the worst recessions in American history, market analytics show we could be headed in that direction again.
Vincent Belliveau (Chief International Officer)
From the financial crisis of 2008, Brexit, COVID and this year the war in Ukraine – the business world has had its fair share of shifting moments during my tenure at Cornerstone.