It’s hard to believe that we’re already halfway through 2021 (how did that happen?!). That means it’s time to start looking ahead to 2022 and strategically preparing for stability and growth for your business and team.
The Excelerant team has pulled together some of the latest articles for adapting to the now and planning for the future.
From the vault: How to ready your business for the post-Covid world of 2022 and beyond
SportsPro senior contributor and Two Circles co-founder Matt Rogan assesses how forward-thinking executives are positioning their companies for the challenges that await in 2022 and beyond. Read the full article here
Matt Rogan, 6/4/2021, SportsPro Playbook, accessed 6/23/2021, https://www.sportspromedia.com/from-the-magazine/covid-19-sports-business-strategy-2022-sponsorships-social-media-investment
15 practical ways to build a culture of adaptability in your organization
A culture of adaptability has helped many organizations not only survive but thrive through the challenges of the past year and will set them up for future success. Read the full article here
Fast Company Executive Board 6/16/2021, Fast Company, accessed 6/16/2021, https://www.fastcompany.com/90647307/15-practical-ways-to-build-a-culture-of-adaptability-in-your-organization
How to Lead Your Team Through the Transition Back to the Office
So, as a leader, how do you keep your team motivated and engaged during your company’s transition? Of course, some of that will be determined by factors outside of your control … But the more say employees have over their work structure, the less resistance they’ll feel to the transition. Read the full article here
Ron Carucci, 6/16/2021, Harvard Business Review, accessed 6/16/2021, https://hbr.org/2021/06/how-to-lead-your-team-through-the-transition-back-to-the-office
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