How the Pandemic Has Changed Leaders for the Better
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The Human Capital Institute’s recent webinar, “How the Pandemic Has Changed Leaders for the Better,” addresses the collective “awakening” many organizations have been experiencing, causing them to turn their attention to the needs - both personal AND professional - of their employees. It highlights findings from “Leading With Humanity: The Future of Leadership and Coaching” report by the Institute of Coaching (IOC) at McLean/Harvard Medical School.
AceUp’s VP of Coaching Impact, Rach SebellShavit, sat down with Margaret Moore, co-founder and chair of the IOC, to talk about the ways the pandemic has allowed a rare opportunity for organizations to change the way they lead.
“If you really stand back,” she said, “everything we do in organizational life is ultimately serving humans, whether it’s collecting taxes to distribute them, making bicycles so you can get around … everything we do is for humans. In the end, we are leading for humanity, but I don’t think that’s where people are yet in terms of world view, so we went with ‘Leading With Humanity’.