by Statements from the personaList community | May 27, 2022 | Customer Story, Digital Transformation, Leadership in the digital transformation |
The 3 biggest challenges of hybrid work – voices from the personalist.at community
In the course of an Leadership Horizon Conference competition, some members of the personalist.at community asked themselves the following question – What are my 3 biggest challenges when it comes to leading an organization in the new age of hybrid work?
A common concern among participants seems to be employee retention – spending so much time in the home office significantly increases the distance between the company and its employees.
One participant commented:
More home office cannot work at the expense of team spirit and identification. How do we still manage to maintain the bond with the company & the players or allow it to develop?
Re-establish the corporate culture
In addition, it is now necessary to fully re-establish the corporate culture that was previously destructed. There are several factors (e.g. generational diversity) and different needs (e.g. different working days) that now have to find a harmony.
What additionally puts obstacles in the way of hybrid company development is the complicated organization. The onboarding process clearly needs a change here, because new employees now hardly find a connection without the personal exchange. We all need to learn from and with the situation.
An involved in the competition wrote:
Reintegrate learning into the hybrid workday: Shaping the learning organization: moving away from pandemic crisis management and into forward-looking planning and action.
by Guest author | Dec 15, 2020 | Best Practice, Customer Story, Training Insights |
The large insurance company UNIQA planned to enable their managers to put focus on their own development as well as the development of their employees. The managers were offered the opportunity to develop the necessary mindset and to provide different methods & tools for this.
MDI offered a virtual development journey, which has now been running successfully for almost a half a year. Our experienced trainer, consultant, coach and MDI partner Regina Rosenstatter has already guided more than 100 managers successfully through the virtual master classes.
by Cathrin Leßlhumer | Feb 27, 2020 | Customer Story |
The Teamlead Development Program at Smarter E-Commerce was launched in early 2019 to ensure that new leaders arrive in their new role in the best possible way. Today, MDI Consultant Cathrin Leßlhumer presents in a short consulting case study how MDI successfully masters new challenges together with customers and how programs are optimally tailored to their needs.
by Guest author | Jul 29, 2016 | Customer Story, Lateral Leadership, Training Insights |
Lateral leadership is more than a mere concept of how to lead teams and colleagues without hierarchical power. It is a leadership style at eye level, matches the leadership understanding of millennials and is crucial for human resource. An HR developer explains.
by Julia Bröderbauer | Apr 25, 2016 | Best Practice, Customer Story, learning effectiveness, Training Insights, training new leader |
To accompany new leaders in the first months of their new role is one of the most exciting challenges we face every day. We asked our participants how they feel in our trainings and talked with Holger Hammer, department manager at Heidenheimer Zeitung, about his experience with the Course in the practice of: Competency as a new leader.
by Julia Bröderbauer | Mar 9, 2016 | Best Practice, Customer Story, Training Insights |
Since 2010, more than 800 First Line Managers completed the three-module Mondi First Line Manager Program. From participants to the managing board, the program has a very high standing and contributes to the success of Mondi. On this occasion, we invited Birgit Höttl, HR manager and project leader of the FLM program at Mondi, to an interview talking about her experience, tips and learnings for international leadership development. (more…)
by Julia Bröderbauer | Aug 20, 2015 | Best Practice, Customer Story, International leadership development, Learning Transfer, MDI Inside, Training Insights |
These days, the Learning & Development industry is undergoing a considerable change. Digital tools and online offers are on the rise and HR departments face new challenges as well as new possibilities when it comes to employee and leadership development. One of these new possibilities is Promote, a learning transfer platform offering the chance to sustainably manage learning transfer and development programs which go far beyond a single training-shot.
We asked Remko Verheul – Global Head of HR at Travix International and previous Program Director of the Swarovski Academy – about his experience with the new platform and his forecast for the L&D industry.