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Paul Hevesy, Stanley Black & Decker, on building a more effective organization

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HR can bring about great change – but is great change always necessary? Sometimes, even the smallest tweaks can go a long way to improving culture and productivity. In this episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Paul Hevesy, VP Organizational Effectiveness, Stanley Black & Decker, walks us through how this can be done.

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For many organizations, time has never been in shorter supply than it is now. The devastating effects of the pandemic have brought about reduced team sizes, greater disengagement and attrition, and a dire need to pivot procedures in order to stay afloat.

In other words, the world of work is changing and evolving at an alarming pace, and as a result, the way we are working must evolve with it.

In 2020, HR is uniquely positioned to help this transition run as smoothly as possible, and can fundamentally change an organization’s work culture in meaningful ways.

However, seismic change isn’t always necessary. Sometimes, the smallest tweaks can go a long way and have a major impact on culture and productivity.

In this episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Paul Hevesy, VP Organizational Effectiveness, Stanley Black & Decker, outlines his top tips for saving time, communicating more effectively, maximising productivity and efficiency, and successfully navigating through this corporate crisis.

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