The cover theme of the November issue of Indian Management is on ‘how the COVID-19 pandemic is unlocking new work paradigms’. Dr Penny Pullan, Director, MakingProjectsWork.co.uk and author, Virtual Leadership states, it would make immense sense for ‘smart managers’ to tap into the mix of hybrid working situations and ensure the best for the organisation as well as the employees in the new normal that has emerged. Mimi Nicklin, a globally recognised millennial thought leader, host of the Empathy for Breakfast show, Secrets of The Gap podcast, and author of Softening the Edge opines that, the time has come for organisations to rely more on regenerative leadership in order to thrive.
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