Bad Bosses: What to do if you work for one, manage one or are one
Bad bosses have never been good for business, but the global pandemic has turned this important workforce issue into a critical one. As companies and their employees grind away daily in this “new world,” one thing is certain: good leadership is more important than ever before. For most workers around the world, 2020 prompted the “great reassessment” of work-life balance. The result? Millions have quit their jobs in 2021, pushing the “quit rate” to the highest level ever recorded. Coined “the great resignation” by Professor Anthony Klotz (of Texas A&M), things are about to get worse. A recent survey by Challenger, Gray & Christmas found that 80% of workers say they will consider quitting if they are forced to return to the office full-time.
As a leader, navigating these choppy waters can be a nightmare. Great news: Global workforce expert Michelle Gibbings is dropping by to share some of her best tips and proven strategies for success.
About MICHELLE GIBBINGS: Michelle is a global keynote speaker, workforce expert, media commentator and the author of my new favorite book: Bad Boss: What to do if you are one, manage one, or work for one.
In a time of unprecedented change, organizations need leaders at every level, inspiring progress by harnessing the energy and capability of its people. No matter the organizational system, Michelle works to equip you with a practical toolkit so you are able to take the pragmatic and purposeful steps needed to identify, harness and leverage unseen opportunities.