Businesses cannot survive over the long haul if they do not engage and nurture the right talent. How can organizations pivot away from their industrial economy-era practices toward a model that taps into global talent to fulfill their mission? In my conversation with Chris Voss on "The Chris Voss Show," we explore the need for leaders to adapt to the changing workforce, particularly with the rise of the gig economy and remote work. And I share insights from my upcoming book, Growth on Purpose, which explores the four-pillar methodology for expanding businesses without losing top talent.
In this interview, you’ll learn:
Why the culture of an organization is shaped by its leaders and drives its success
How the younger generation, such as millennials and Gen Z, are advocating for themselves and demanding purpose and fulfillment in their work
How people, processes and performance form the three pillars of sustainable business growth
The potential of AI to revolutionize industries and enhance productivity... for leaders who are open to embracing it
How the gig economy and remote work offer opportunities for organizations to tap into talent from around the world
“The rise of the gig economy is changing the way organizations approach talent acquisition and retention.”
If it's time for your organization to pivot to a better operating model, let's talk.