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Embedding Speed and Agility into Strategy Execution

The pandemic exposed how organizations handle a major disruption. All struggled to some extent, but it’s worth asking: Why can some companies quickly adapt and accelerate new initiatives during times of change, and others barely get by? Today, “resiliency” is a common answer. Too often, this means returning to practices that executive teams suspended or

What a Year of WFH Has Done to Our Relationships at Work

We know it’s been a while, but do you remember bumping into colleagues in the office hallway, chatting about weekend plans or a big project you’re working on? Do you recall finding yourself in the right place at the right time, giving someone a missing piece of information or introducing a colleague to someone new?

How to Create a Winning Post-Pandemic Business Model

In order for your company to succeed in the post-pandemic era, you must do two things well: Select your strategy carefully to target a defensible market segment and tailor your business model to capture and dominate your target market. The problem is, most companies aren’t ready to compete on these new terms. The pandemic sharply

Agile working – Covid-19’s legacy for the world of work

Whatever your personal view, and, for many, it may have changed significantly since 23 March, the homeworking/office working/flexible working debate has never been so high profile. For some getting out of the office has been a revelation – no commute, more contact with family (particularly for those working full time). For others it has reinforced

6 Leadership Paradoxes for the Post-Pandemic Era

The pandemic has accelerated a trend that has been unfolding over the last decade. As the world has grown more digital and complex, the range of decisions that leaders need to make has broadened, spanning from big picture strategic thinking to careful execution, to advancing technology roadmaps and upskilling and engaging employees. And decision-making criteria

Getting practical about the future of work

Adapting to a digital age will require organizations—and not just employees—to equip themselves with new capabilities. What story will people tell about your organization over the next ten years? Will they celebrate an enthusiastic innovator that thrived by adapting workforce skills and ways of working to the demands of the new economy? Or will they

How leaders can rise to the challenge of COVID-19

  As cases of COVID-19 continue to grow across the world, leaders in business, government, and other spheres face unprecedented challenges. The disease has encroached not only on public health but on global economic well-being and on some of the most fundamental practices of modern society. It has generated great anxiety and exacted an enormous

Successful Change Management Starts with People

Companies in all industries are going through a tremendous amount of both business and strategic change. These changes are driven by factors such as digital transformation, digital-centric competition, M&A, the gig economy, and a more diverse and dispersed workforce than ever. 71% of communication leaders say that the pace of change has accelerated in the

Business Trends To Embrace In 2021

Bri SeeleyForbes Councils Member Forbes Coaches CouncilCOUNCIL POST The business world has experienced incremental changes for several years, but the pandemic forced an irrevocable shift to happen in mere months. What worked for entrepreneurs in the past stopped working overnight. Businesses that failed to innovate and evolve closed their doors. Businesses that moved quickly in

Utilizing Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

Emotional intelligence, sometimes referred to as EQ (“emotional quotient”), refers to a person’s ability to recognize, understand, manage, and reason with emotions. It is a critical ability when it comes to interpersonal communication—and a hot topic not only in psychology, but in the business world. The term was coined by psychologists in the 1990s. Its