'What got you here is not going to get you there': this quote from Marshall Goldsmith could have been written for the 2020s. From the global coronavirus health pandemic to social and political division; from the normalisation of remote working to the coming of age of artificial intelligence, change is at a speed and level most HR and business leaders have never experienced before. In this series we ask a variety of leading academics, HR directors and thought leaders what leadership behaviours will be needed to succeed in an era characterised by business disruption. Produced in partnership with management consultancy 10Eighty.
In the second of a series of interviews with future of work and HR experts, we ask Patrick Wright, director of the Center for Executive Succession in the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina, about leadership post COVID-19 and why he believes some CHROs and CEOs will thrive and some will not survive
In the third of a series of interviews with future of work and HR experts, we ask David Collings, full professor of human resource management at Dublin City University, about leadership and the future of work, why fewer than 30% of CHROs are confident about their organisation’s preparedness and why having a North Star matters
In the fourth in our series of interviews with future of work and HR experts, Nebel Crowhurst, people and culture director at pharmaceutical giant Roche, discusses the new remote work normal; collaboration, agility and innovation in a pandemic world; and why leading during disruptive times is all about having the right mindset
In disruptive times you need purpose, intent and energy as a leader. It's time to build tomorrow's organisation because society, and talent, is closely watching you, says Tim Pointer, senior VP HR at the world’s largest brand management company, CAA-GBG Global Brand Management Group
In this video, the final in our Leadership in Disruption series, 10Eighty CEO Michael Moran discusses the five themes emerging from its latest research, moving from dinosaur managers in the mills of Derbyshire to a leadership style based on trust and how leaders need to stick their heads above the parapet and smell the coffee
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We promote the value created by your people in this digitally disruptive age when increasingly humans will work alongside machines. It's HR but with robots too