If you were asked to lead a conversation about how to build greater resiliency in your organization to better navigate current and future challenges, what would be the most impactful themes to explore to generate actional insights?
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Here are the critical questions that are at the core of key articles in this issue.
Time to Refresh Your Values?
By Rob Goldstein, Chief Operating Officer, BlackRock
'Challenge and question yourself on whether your values and principles need to be revisited. If you were involved in creating them years ago, it’s only natural to feel invested in them and to believe in their timeless value.'—Rob Goldstein, BlackRock
Making the Shift to a Skills-First People Strategy
By Chris Ernst, Chief Learning Officer, Workday
'We need workplaces where leaders can connect people to opportunities that allow businesses to get work done in a much more inclusive, agile and flexible way. It’s time to flip today’s traditional talent strategy from “acquiring talent” to “creating talent,” and to put skills first.'—Chris Ernst, Workday
Innovating Through a Crisis
By Kirsty Russell, Head of People and Culture, Logitech
'We make sure everybody understands that [the leadership team sees] mistakes as opportunities to learn. ... Over time, this establishes a foundation of trust, which reduces the stress of uncertainty and allows for open minds and communication.'—Kirsty Russell, Logitech
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