Many companies are pursuing digital transformation, but the arrival of new technology does not place HR leaders on the back-burner. Leadership is more important than ever and organization leaders must build relationships with employees, instill the cultural values of the business, and create a modern workplace where employees feel like they belong.
The opportunities for growth don’t just stop with improving operations. Recent data from Gallup also shows that employee engagement is higher than ever, suggesting that employees are ready to get on board with visionary ideas.
Here are five key actions HR executives can drive to lead in the era of digital transformation.
1. Create a culture of performance. Employees are the backbone of any company and their happiness correlates with happy customers. To have happy customers, alignment between employees and management must be present, which continues to be a pressing issue. One way to solve these challenges is by creating a performance-based culture, including providing ongoing feedback and career development resources.
2. Understand what workers want. Multiple generations of employees occupy the workplace and each have their own motivations for showing up to their job, the benefits they want, and why they will eventually leave. By tailoring your
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