|Key Learnings: Comprehending the labor crisis and how to adapt for it. Understanding how the Inclusive Leadership model motivates talent, drives revenue and sustainability, required to attract and keep the best. Identifying how executives and managers can use specific leadership skills to address the gap in the labor force participation rate.|
The current labor crisis is fueled by a blend of societal and workforce dynamics that are changing the way employers and employees interact with each other. Understanding what’s at play is essential to adapting to these changes and successfully navigating through them. A new Inclusive Leadership model, which sheds light on what motivates talent, drives revenue, and ensures sustainability, provides specific leadership skills executives and managers can use to effectively address the gap in the labor force participation rate.
The labor force participation rate has been falling in this country for nearly two decades. With a perfect storm of aging boomers, the wage gappers, and women who have left the workforce, we now have a war to win what talent is left. You can’t fully automate your way out. The sustainability of your organization depends on a reliable and productive workforce. But now potential employees have changed their expectations towards the companies they want to work for. You need to adapt to find and keep them.
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Leili McKinley: Founder at The Identitype Group LLC firstname.lastname@example.org
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