One of the biggest insights I have gained so far this year is the importance of collective intelligence and what it means for our world, for leaders, and for teams in organizations.
Recently we have seen our world undergo an extreme challenge in dealing with the onset of Covid-19. We have been challenged with our ability to respond and adapt to the new normal that we are creating. This challenge has occurred on many levels and we have been forced to make difficult decisions with many unknowns. The disruption caused by Covid-19 has also forced us to reflect on what we can do to have more foresight and preparedness in advance of the next wave of massive disruption – whatever that may be.
Through this crisis, leaders have been forced to work in new ways across teams, regions, organizations, geographies and collaboratively with all stakeholder groups including those with disparate interests. While this ability is not new, it has been newly tested and has been found to be critical to those teams and organizations that have been sustainable during this situation. Read more here…
Source: The Staffing Stream