The role of HR in the new world of work
HR has been on the forefront of managing the impact of COVID-19 on business continuity. The pandemic has forced companies to rethink the way they work, with many of them welcoming the wave of change that the crisis forced upon them.
The next phase has arrived, in which HR gets to play a critical role in shaping the new normal. Read our advice on how HR can make an impact in shaping the new world of work.
The role of HR in the new world of work: download the e-guide
In recent months, HR professionals have been on the frontline when it has come to managing the impact of COVID-19 on business continuity. During the next phase, in which organistations need to decide how their new normal will look, HR departments will be afforded the opportunity to take on an active role and leave a lasting impression on strategy within their organisations.
In this report, we address a number of areas in which HR can make an impact, from monitoring mental health in a partially remote workforce, to fostering togetherness in a new style of workplace. You can download the e-guide here.
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- HR's role in preparing leaders for the new world of work - Webinar Q&A
Webinar: HR's role in preparing leaders for the new world of work
HR has a responsibility to create the practices that maintain focus, create connectivity and ensure continuity between the most critical partnership in the world of work: that between the team leader and the team member.
Leaders require new and enhanced skills in managing from a distance, motivating employees toward a vision in the midst of ambiguity, providing calm and clarity, aligning work among team members and building community.
In this webinar, we will look at the priority areas of leadership HR will need to address as their leaders navigate towards a new normal.