How are you dealing with the changes of today?
- Some industries thriving and hiring.
- Other industries striving to find ways to survive.
- The financial environment now and planning for the next year.
- Whenever there are lay-offs, there is trauma created not just in those let go but also in those who remain (known as survivors' guilt).
- Are you working at home - how is it for you on an ongoing basis, and how is it for your colleagues?
- Are you in the midst of chaos, or are you witnessing it happening somewhere else? How is it touching you? How is it affecting your organisation?
- Google's research supports the concept of successful teams thriving in psychologically safe environments. Do you have an aim to create such safety? How do you know it's safe for everyone - are you aware of the power dynamics in your organisation?
Are you prepared for the coming changes? The future is uncertain - one might argue more uncertain than it has been for many years, certainly in the US and UK.
- Whoever wins the US election in November (assuming it's clear cut), if you're in the US, there will likely be trauma created in some of your people.
- Some individuals are naturally more resourced than others to manage trauma. How are you planning to support all of your employees?
- The effects of Brexit are largely still unknown and the pandemic has shifted the focus of some organisations. How are you preparing? Do you know what needs to be done?
- How will the changes in society affect you and your business - climate change, the reactions to racism, bullying, sexual harassment, the exclusion of minorities, and so on.
We can help you plan for the consequences, and the unintended consequences, of the coming changes and help you become leaders and initiators of positive change.
We've partnered with InChorus to help you measure and resolve incidents of bias so that you can grow an inclusive organisation.download the pdf