New leadership strategies for the future of work
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People-first organizations have a strong focus on culture, how they view leadership and how effective leaders keep the culture alive within their organization. Join Pramukh as he redefines what it means to be a leader in this new reality of work and what organizations can do to evolve their understanding of leadership development.
The concept of leadership is not what it once was. As times change, companies too need to develop their definition of good leadership from positional to an actual one.
Pramukh describes how organizations post-pandemic can evolve their concept of leadership by prescribing four practical measures
- Defining focus and drawing clarity across the company
- Committing to the journey
- Translating experience into learnings
- Incorporating outside perspectives.
Pramukh Jeyathilak is currently the Head of Human Resources for Fidelity Investments’ Personal Investing (PI) Business Unit, out of Boston, MA (USA). In this role, he is an integral member of the PI Senior Leadership Team and is responsible for driving HR strategies and initiatives to support the organization’s mission and objectives across 16,000+ associates. He is also a member of the HR Leadership Team at Fidelity.
0.08 – 1.02: People-first organizations’ culture and their approach to leadership
1.02 – 1.57: Positional leadership vs actual leadership
1.57 – 2.41: Evolving concept of leadership
2.41 – 3.12: How organizations can re-define leadership
3.13 – 4.48: Practical measures to support leadership development in the future workplace