Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”
You can see the disruption in the healthcare marketplace everywhere you turn, but few issues are louder than that of The Great Resignation.
While employees have been able to leverage the surplus of job openings against their employers as bargaining chips for better benefits, compensation, and opportunities, employers still hold a great amount of power in shaping cultural norms and the employee experience. This emerging power imbalance has sparked challenges for employers and employees alike.
The truth is, retaining and motivating high performing talent has become much more complex and challenging. Some of the complexity and challenges stem directly from post-pandemic fatigue and stress. Our clients have diligently worked to reach some level of equilibrium in their human capital strategies to help mitigate chaos and stabilize work environments.
In today’s podcast, I want to share three considerations to help assess your organization’s human capital strategy and how to make talent management a priority for thriving during change:
Feel free to share some ways your team is thriving during change in the comments below. Thank you for tuning in.
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