Managing people is never easy, but the job of a leader becomes even more difficult when team members are openly hostile to each other. And, often, managers struggle to find the right way to help resolve such issues among their direct reports.
For most organisations, the pandemic brought to surface unexpected talent, creativity, and resilience. Many mid-level employees stepped up and took charge of the situation. They handled the unexpected challenges with unprecedented creativity and a strong bias for action. These entrepreneurial team members have really changed the game for everyone, everywhere.
However, with the situation normalising across the board, leaders are facing a new challenge.
The organizations and the L&D ecosystems, worldwide, are witnessing an unprecedented shift in operational practices. And these changes bring a host of new trends and leadership practices for leaders to adapt to, and cope up with. Let’s take a look at the top 6 for this year.
Extreme Ownership : How Navy Seals Lead and Win is co-written by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin – two celebrated Navy Seals themselves, whose military service included combat in the Iraq war, as commanders of SEAL Team 3's Task Unit Bruiser that fought in the Ramadi, Iraq. Treasure trove of lessons, here are some of my favourite leadership lessons I personally picked up from this book.
Have you ever stopped to wonder about your ability as a leader to influence people? How it can empower them, accelerate results. and ultimately ensure an easier working environment? Influencing is about understanding yourself […]