This One Millimeter Mindset™ workforce blog post review captures some of the most provocative posts for 2017, based on your comments and insights. You have an important part to play as a member of this workforce.
The concept of the workforce has been changing since 2007.
After that profound recession, the workforce began to be characterized by remote workers, independent contractors and gig workers. Not only that: the millennial workforce was graduating in droves and challenging the model of the traditional workplace.
The 10 posts in this workforce blog post review examine diverse aspects of today’s and tomorrow’s evolving workforce.
No matter what generation of worker you are, you have experienced a palpable change in the quality of the workforce, even during the course of this year.
Does the workplace and the mix of virtual and in-attendance workforce, make you comfortable or uncomfortable?
Collaborative or not? Often, what is involved in getting from Point A to Point B is nothing more – or less – that moving one millimeter outside your current comfort level.
After reading these posts, if you would like to learn more about how to leverage collaboration to catalyze professional innovation, workforce engagement and customer retention, click on this link and let’s have that long-overdue discussion.
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Babette Ten Haken serves organizations as a corporate catalyst and innovative speaker, strategist, coach and storyteller. Babette’s One Millimeter Mindset™ Workshops and Speaking programs leverage collaboration to catalyze professional innovation, workforce engagement and customer retention, especially in challenging Industrial Internet of Things environments. Babette’s playbook of IIoT team collaboration hacks, Do YOU Mean Business? is available on Amazon. She is a member of SME, ASQ, SHRM and the National Speakers Association.
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