Linda Rasins Consulting
STRATEGIST CATALYST COACH
RAPID CHANGE AND INCREASING COMPLEXITY ARE THE NEW NORMAL
..and today's workforce wants more meaning, growth, and connection.
Most organizations underinvest in building capability to deal with these challenges.
Resilient organizations intentionally build cultures of collaboration, trust, transparency, learning, and mutual accountability.
Often the best opportunities to do this
are in the midst of a storm.
THE PRACTICE OF LEADERSHIP
To intentionally create trust and partnership-based teams and cultures that inspire, engage, and empower.
Away from high control, hierarchical cultures that create unquestioning compliance, silos and fear.
This path is walked by leaders.
Leaders who are willing to grow beyond the ego-driven need to "fix" people or problems...
towards a purpose-driven focus on creating something that matters, for the greater good of the business.
Executives ready to evolve their ways of
thinking and leading.
In order to create a workplace where
people grow and contribute their best.
That kind of transformation starts from within.
GREAT HR ORGANIZATIONS ADD LASTING VALUE WHEN STRATEGICALLY ALIGNED TO ELEVATE LEADERSHIP AND CULTURE
A positive, productive culture generates better business performance, higher levels of engagement, retention and development of great talent, and a better workplace experience. Not-so-great leadership undercuts every one of those things - diminishing HR's efforts and investments to improve them.
Collective leadership effectiveness is at the root of it all and is a smart investment for HR impact. This requires clarity of vision, an educated perspective, persistence, and courage: great leadership from HR.
Every HR specialty has an important contribution to make in creating a healthy culture sustained by great leadership. Integration and alignment of thinking and practices across HR is essential.