Top 5 HR Articles of the Month – January’21

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Discover in this post our selection of some of the best articles related to the world of Human Resources for the month of January.

1. Our crisis in network leadership

Today, many of those in leadership positions remain confused, not understanding if they are dealing with complicated, complex, or chaotic problems. They think in clear — but wrong — images, not understanding their state of confusion.

By: Harol Jarch

2. The four capacities of purpose-led leadership

Purpose is fast becoming a super power. An inspiring ‘why’ motivates employees because it makes day-to-day work meaningful. They’re no longer just laying bricks; they’re building a cathedral. A purpose-driven brand takes a stand on something that people care about – the wellbeing of people and the planet – and this engages customers.

By: Sarah Rozenthuler

3. Remote Work Has Arrived, But It’s Not Quite As Great As We Hoped

We’ve had almost a year of remote work, and the transformation has been amazing. Today, among those who can, 71% of Americans work from home most of the time, 87% say they have excellent tools, and employees are roughly as engaged as they were before the Pandemic.

By: Josh Bersin

4. How To Become A More Empathetic Leader In Difficult Times

In difficult times it’s easy for people to fall victim to their anxieties and fears, a natural response to an extended period of stress and uncertainty. What that means in the workplace is that more than ever before we need leaders who are empathetic—who have the ability to be compassionate and sympathetic, who can step into someone else’s shoes, who can understand and act on the needs of others. When people feel seen, heard, and understood, leadership is at its best, and empathy is what makes that happen.

By: Lolly Daskal

5. 3 ways to spend time productively during the COVID-19 outbreak

COVID-19 has thrown a spanner into the business plans of the first half of 2020, resulting in many organisations activating their business continuity plans on short notice. Jobs and livelihoods have been affected, and the impacts are expected to last through the next 12 to 18 months.

By: Jerene Ang

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