Preparing Your Organization For All Market Conditions
Welcome to Future Watch, a new monthly newsletter from inVision Edge where we look at upcoming trends and market conditions, share stimulating headlines, and write thought-provoking articles that tackle relevant issues. As we head into the fall season, this month’s theme is Fall Forward.
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Articles & Editorials
Redefining Your Why, article by inVision Edge
How can a business protect itself from unsteady market conditions? Unfortunately, there’s chatter of a recession on the horizon, and as we prepare for what that will mean to our organizations, we begin to batten down the hatches. To some, this might mean cutting the fat and leaving a skeleton crew behind to man the ship. We’ve seen stories like this in the news recently, with layoffs announced by large tech companies like Shopify. But what if cost-cutting wasn’t the only option to survive – or thrive – in the storm?
Bridging the Leadership Divide: A Workforce Strategy of the Future
Article by PwC Canada
We’re in a pivotal historical moment: the dynamic between employees and employers is radically, and possibly irreversibly, shifting. This is evidenced in part by the great resignation, but more broadly by decreasing tenure and increased attrition.
Here in Canada, over the last two years, we’ve experienced some of the most extensive lockdown restrictions in North America and extended
periods of remote work. These have affected many workplace cultures, resulting in mass departures and a leadership crisis. Many organizations have found themselves in difficult and unprecedented positions, and we’re seeing a divide within leadership teams in how they believe they should respond. Out of necessity, many are focusing on immediate, short-term actions, like prioritizing significant recruitment efforts to put a band-aid solution on current talent shortages. Others are more focused on the many scenarios that could develop as their business context and the labour market both shift in the long term, unsure how to effectively tackle the pressing talent issues of the moment to be successful in the years to come.
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