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Over the past 3 years, managers have taken on incredible loads: from the emotional strains of the pandemic to the challenges of social unrest, the loneliness of remote working, and the fear and difficulties of returning to the office. And now, here managers are, holding brave faces as many of their colleagues and employees get laid off, picking up the pieces of what is left behind.
Is it any wonder that managers are less engaged and effective? Read more
Join us in our new season of Workplace Stories, Making Managing Manageable, where we share exciting and groundbreaking discussions. In this season, we’re focusing on what it actually means to be a manager in 2023. With social movements, poor economic conditions, the Covid climate, and the (kind of) back-to-the-office atmosphere, what it meant to be a manager 5 years ago was much different than it is today. Managers play a key role in responding to societal megatrends. That’s why organizations need to support and rely on managers both individually and systemically.
How Organizations Can Make Data-Driven Changes that Benefit Everyone