Culture is highly relevant to organizational success, whether you measure it by the bottom line or mission. The metrics of culture can be tricky, however.
“Ultimately, successful and widespread modernization is about execution and creating a psychologically safe environment where folks are open to taking risks and leadership supports them.”
A recent IDC study shows that organizations have a vested interest in ensuring that their employees keep their skills up to date.
By understanding the people you serve, using the right technology and adapting to your surroundings, you can modernize to the maximum extent.
Learn about Jennifer Sheehy, who leads the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) at the U.S. Department of Labor as the Deputy Assistant Secretary.
“I think it’s really important to ensure that people with disabilities are not an afterthought,” said Deputy Assistant Secretary Jennifer Sheehy.
Many are working to make the federal government equitable for all. Let’s acknowledge the work that they’re doing in this article.
You’re not here for our medical advice, and that’s a good thing, since that’s not really our cup of tea. When looking at how organizations have adjusted to work during COVID-19, however, we’ve done quite a bit of research. Check it out.
We can only hope that a national conversation about caregiving will bring more awareness to the stress that drains us mentally, physically and financially.
Part 2 will focus on how we build skills to fill organizational gaps, get ahead of bad actors and develop our team members.