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Leadership in the age of disruption: key lessons

By 24 August, 2017 No Comments

“Fail to engage with your people at your peril”

 
Our people are our greatest asset — and as leaders it’s our responsibility to bring our people on a journey of change. Australian
business leaders are faced with the challenge of transforming their organisations, to retrain, upskill and develop an increasing proportion of their workforce — and this means uncertainty for our employees.

If we’re to learn anything from global changes, it’s that we need to be prepared for employees who demand transparency, action, and equality from their leaders. The reality is that those who don’t adjust their leadership style will be faced with increased staff turnover from employees who believe them irrelevant or out of touch with today’s workplace.

To better understand the evolving demands of business leaders, Chandler Macleod surveyed 970 leaders, managers and
supervisors, and 1,084 employees for their latest research paper ‘Leadership in the age of disruption’. It’s exactly this type of insight that allows us to help you plan for tomorrow’s workforce, today.

Chandler Macleod’s eBook outlines ten leadership lessons and strategies for successful leadership in the age of disruption.