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The first priority for any new leader should be establishing trust with their employees. Communicate your vision, be transparent, have open and honest conversations.
Essentially, employee listening is an organisation-wide initiative to gather continuous, real-time feedback and ideas from employees.
McKinsey & Co found that 70% of all change management programmes fail to achieve their goals. The secret to staying on your path? Communication.
Does your company’s culture need to change? Ninety per cent of CEOs and CFOs believe improving their corporate culture would boost financial performance, according to research by MIT Sloan.
Building a speak-up culture within a workplace takes effort, but it’s a worthy endeavour for leaders who want to increase engagement and reduce attrition.
Workplaces that are embracing neurodiveristy are reaping the rewards of hiring neurodiverse employees. With talent shortages being reported in every industry, there's no better time to include neurodiversity within your DEI strategy.
Building a workplace in which neurodiversity is supported is crucial for employers, from your hiring processes right through to your companywide culture.