Hear Dr. Brad Shuck and Amy Stern discuss how to lead in the future of work and make a difference immediately.Scroll Down
With emerging trends such as the Great Resignation, hybrid and remote work, and a heightened focus on wellness and mental health, how you lead and communicate may feel and look very different over the next few months. What has become clear, however, is that culture — and how you build culture intentionally — will be the differentiator. But what that means and where to focus remains cloudy and unclear for so many.
Over the last 18 months, we have worked together to identify and follow the six most important work-related strategies for 2022:
Dr. Brad Shuck is a tenured Full Professor of Human Resources and Organizational Development at the University of Louisville and Co-Founder of OrgVitals, providing culture strategy software for clients all over the world. Shuck is the author of Employee Engagement: A Research Overview (Routledge, 2020) and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, as well as given invited presentations across the globe. Shuck holds four US copyrights and one pending trademark for his intellectual property around employee engagement, compassion, and work determinants of health. He is a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels and holds advanced degrees in Counseling, Student Affairs, Human Resource Development and Adult Education.
Amy Stern is Managing Director of Research & Strategy at BI WORLDWIDE. Her research has resulted in peer-reviewed publications, invited lectures, research awards, and valued insights for many clients. Amy’s deep understanding of experimental psychology allows her to combine critical thinking and creativity to create custom research that uncovers the importance of the work experience. She advises companies on how to create an engaged workforce where all employees can thrive.