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As we respond to a global health emergency and the spread of the new coronavirus, even more companies are asking employees to work from home.
Workplace conflict is inevitable. Conflict occurs in our daily human interactions with team members, managers, clients, and customers. It builds during short and long-term projects and is aggravated by differences in individual goals, values, communication skills, and leadership styles.
That means empowering leaders also have an impact on the decisions of employees choosing to leave a company. As more companies encourage the professional development of their leaders and give them the tools to lead with purpose, develop emotional intelligence and create policies and procedures to support high-performance teams – more employees will be looking for similar opportunities within their organization – or they’ll leave it.