And just like that, the thriving company culture your organisation has worked so hard to create is faced with a new, unprecedented set of challenges on a global scale. But as the dust settles on new – hopefully temporary - work arrangements, and we ponder the “new normal’ on the other side of all this, a daunting question looms: now what?
Before the advent of COVID-19, employees told us¹ how they wanted their employee experience to improve. A modern approach to leadership, rethinking the lens through which the employee experience is viewed, addressing the alarming rise of employee burnout, psychological safety, and the importance of connection were all under the spotlight.
The good news? While some of these elements have taken on a different complexion in recent weeks, they are all still entirely relevant, and the principles of how to address them remain the same.
Join Gary Beckstrand, Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute, as he leads this Asia Pacific-focussed webinar on why a return to culture fundamentals is critical to helping you effectively manage your disrupted employee experience during this time of crisis.
• How the employee experience has been disrupted
• What matters most to employees right now
• How to apply culture fundamentals in the current climate
• Why the employee experience can’t take a back seat during times of organisational upheaval and uncertainty
1. Source: 2020 Global Culture Report, O.C. Tanner
Gary Beckstrand is a Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute, and author of Appreciate: Celebrating People, Inspiring Greatness. With nearly 30 years of research, business development, and leadership experience, Gary has seen what works (and what doesn’t) in top companies around the globe. Gary has spoken to tens of thousands of business leaders at conferences and companies all over the world. His expertise has been sought by numerous Fortune 100 companies, and has been featured frequently on inc.com, entrepreneur.com, and Forbes. Gary has a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
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