Companies reacting the best right now already had agile cultures. Half of workforces surveyed are currently remote – and 23% aren’t doing anything to keep employees connected. In this episode of Keeping Work Human, Kevin Martin, chief research officer at the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), weighs in with more data and talks about managing in change.
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Now, more than ever, we need to focus on the fundamentals. And there is nothing more fundamental than maintaining open, honest, two-way communication throughout your organization.
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Human-centered leaders are pausing and asking questions. They are bringing others to the forefront to talk about their experiences and reflecting on their own behavior and biases.
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Asking this question alone is important because it suggests you know what continues to happen to African American people is wrong.
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