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What’s New in Leadership
September edition: news from the awesome leadership world.
Leaders, this is your curated feed of what’s on.
We all are busy, but it would be a shame if you missed leadership news.
Benefits: flexible work-life balance, reduced childcare costs, better job satisfaction
Drawbacks: income fluctuation, limited career progression, inconsistent work routine, limited networking and development constraints
A quiet return of “solopreneurs” and consultants
It is not over yet
Impact of AI on Work
Leaders are in favor of AI since they think it would increase efficiency and effectiveness, speed things up, improve decision-making, and create more opportunities for workers to focus on strategic thinking.
The workforce is not ready for the coming AI transition. 53% say they don’t feel prepared to work with AI. (Source: Gallup).
Yet, based on results from the PWC poll, most people have a largely positive take on AI.
Communicate generously with your staff and introduce plans for AI implementation and areas in which it can be useful and make work more efficient.
Offer upskilling and development in change management, adaptability, and collaboration. So, your teams feel prepared for the upcoming changes and can cope with new requirements well.
Plan. Introduce how you potentially see the future and where you want to head. Make it transparent to avoid corridor gossip.
Dr. Robert Cialdini's free webinars
Learn from the best. The author of Influence shares his knowledge and tips for free. Follow his LinkedIn for the next free event.
Why Kindness at Work Pays Off
Listen to yourself. How do you talk?
Remote workers and organizations
Hybrid and remote teams have to deal more with the lack of connection to the purpose of the organization.
Employees are less loyal, relationships are shallow, and quality and productivity can suffer.
5. Freshly printed
How Not to Be a Politician: A Memoir by Rory Stewart (A wise, honest, and sometimes absurdist memoir of a most remarkable journey through British politics at the breaking point)
Elon Musk by Walter Isaacson (from the author of Steve Jobs biography)
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