As leaders, we need to create a safe and welcoming environment in our organisations – a culture of inclusion. Not only it is the right thing to do, it turns out it is also good for business.
Many of us are still leading teams remotely. With all the video conference calls we need to be on, there is a chance we are pulling back from some of the critical opportunities that create connection.
As we work through the hybrid workplace, potential shortage of workers and an increased demand for goods and services, we, as leaders, need to realise we just got a wake-up call. Culture matters more than ever.
As organisations are pivoting and seeking to adapt to a new normal, many leaders are looking for a silver bullet.
Healthy relationships, within an organisation can serve to improve communication, teamwork and trust. As a leader, you can reinforce a culture of healthy relationships through setting strong expectations around the following three components.