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Special bleet: Latest leadership research

By Juliet Hammond, Research and Data Analytics Lead

Research indicates that 41% of Americans have suffered declining mental health during lockdown. As working from home has become a reality for many, Google and Cisco are among organisations that are urging staff to take free time off to rest. BCG defines relational productivity as a new source of business value which involves businesses and leaders engaging directly with staff to address these issues.

Analysis of thousands of banking leaders found teams with greater diversity outperformed others, so the Financial Times concludes that it’s time to throw out the pale and male stereotype. CLO Magazine found three leadership challenges emerged from the pandemic: the ability to pivot quickly, build a sense of purpose and lead innovation. McKinsey has identified a more mindful consumer in Australia, one who considers value and values in their purchasing decisions.

What does this mean for leadership?

Leaders keep themselves and their squads up to date on the latest thinking so click here for links to all the research highlighted above and more!

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