Leadership skills have been and will continue to be in demand for as long as businesses exist. However, their relevance, necessity and influence have changed dramatically in the face of significant challenges brought about by the pandemic.
As organisations become familiar with the notion that the ‘new normal’ is, in fact, just normal now, business leaders have a new role to take on to remain effective and keep their employees engaged.
According to a recent study by GoRemotely, 69 per cent of millennials feel there is a lack of leadership development in the workplace. If employees are being asked to upskill in the face of COVID-19, why aren’t leaders? And what does this mean for the future of leadership?
RMIT Online presents our latest On The Couch webinar where we welcomed Ernst & Young’s former CEO Tony Johnson and RMIT Online’s Chief Experience Officer Claire Hopkins to share their experiences and expert insights on leadership.
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