The world is changing at a rate no one in the working world has seen in their lifetime. The changes and the rate of change are increasing the stress and strain that employees are under. Organizations that adapt to the circumstances by shifting to a more human-centered leadership will have a greater chance of success in the future. Those who fail to change how they lead and manage their employees will face a harder time in the future.
Today, more than ever, leaders can and should approach leading their teams differently, in a manner that is more open, inclusive, and allows for people’s humanness to be appreciated and leveraged. Particularly in these times, companies are deciding to bring people back into offices with the stress that it can produce OR not bringing employees back into offices and the stress that that can create. It is important to focus on creating a work culture that is centered on the person – whether in person or virtually.
Our work with behavioral science experts from around the world has pointed to a way that companies can be purposeful about creating a Human-Centered Workplace. There are certain steps that should be taken to help build a positive, psychologically safe culture, that reflects the realities of the world.
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