In the fourth industrial revolution – the era we are living in – leading successfully across generations and styles is vital to creating successful companies.
HR processes and cultural norms that reflect this new era are the critical support structures that will facilitate leading successfully.
Yet of the hundreds of executives we have interviewed for our recent book, The Leadership Mind Switch, face time is still too often emphasised as a “short-cut” measure of productivity.
In many ways, real human interaction is becoming more important than ever for companies to thrive, as we let automation remove many mundane tasks from our work life. But the expectation that people sit at a desk, or even in an office 8 hours a day is counter-productive if you want the best people to work for you and with you. Read More