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The rediscovery of doing more with less

The rediscovery of doing more with less

This is a person who is agile and tries to incentivise innovation and ideation and doing more with less effort

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Strengthened core values and cultural beliefs

This is a person who will be true to the organisations vision, mission and values even during the toughest times. They reinforce these ideas through action and not just in words.

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Enhanced transparency and team engagement

This will be a person who shares information forthcomingly and also connects with team regularly

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Brought humanity and authenticity to the workforce

During the pandemic, this is a person who has displayed vulnerability, has been authentic and emapthised with workforce and employees

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Emotional intelligence on the job

Emotional intelligence has become an important predictor of job success, surpassing technical ability. In 2011, a CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,600 U.S. hiring managers and human resources professionals revealed that 71 percent valued emotional intelligence in an employee over a high IQ.

To build your own superpower culture of emotional intelligence, you need to know what to shoot for when assessing the social skills of your current and future employees. 

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  1. Ensure quality data and attach the source data
  2. Learn to tell the difference between facts and inference
  3. Be clear about the basic principles
  4. Rely on simulations and models
  5. Keep validating your assumptions

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Battle Burnout in Your Company for Good
  1. Be vulnerable with your customers. If you're adopting initiatives to prioritize employees' wellbeing, proactively let your customers know. It helps set expectations for how they can work with you, but it also gives them transparency into your culture, values, and priorities.
  2. Prioritize deep work. By having an operating system that values intentional work over time-in-meetings, people have more time to think, create, and reflect.
  3. Set the tone at the top. Building a culture of flexibility and balance only works if employees feel empowered to use it. That's why your leadership team needs to be leading from the front in battling burnout.

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