The world is in full pandemic fatigue mode. It took an entire year to figure out how to turn our own faces off on Zoom calls, and with heavy hearts we broke the seal on that thousand-piece jigsaw puzzle.
Even so, The Regis Company has seen that the workforce continues to crave growth and learning, and businesses continue to seek support for what comes next. To do our part, we built a free guide to help learning leaders like you peek around the corner and take on the Next Normal with confidence.
In late 2020, we launched our first State of Business and Leadership Development survey, polling customers and learning leaders across the globe on topics relating to the challenges and changes brought on by COVID-19. It came as no surprise that 72% of leaders agreed or strongly agreed that the pandemic fundamentally changed the way their organization executes leadership development. But there were less obvious, and in some cases, more hopeful findings.
89% of leaders agreed that events of 2020 have surfaced opportunities for innovation, creativity, and operational efficiency.
The survey also pointed to key insights about the mental and emotional lives of leaders, employee wellness and engagement, new technologies, budgeting, and corporate culture. Combined with research from McKinsey, the Brookings Institute, World Economic Forum, and other industry leaders, The Regis Company identified four key trends that are actively defining the way forward for developing talent in the workplace.
Discover how leaders like you see the industry in 2021 and beyond, learn the top 10 most critical leadership skills of the future, and get 11 actionable recommendations for addressing the four trends by downloading Building the World’s Best Post-Pandemic Leaders.
Just some of what you’ll learn:
- Industry-wide effects of COVID-19
- How learning leaders like you are coping with change and uncertainty
- Top skills and priorities for leadership in the Next Normal
- 4 key trends you’ll need to address in 2021
- How you can address these challenges without going over budget