Our latest poll indicates higher confidence in innovation and autonomy

Amanda Fajakcrisis, Innovation, Research, Walking the Talk

Results from our latest COVID-19 pandemic polls focus on how the crisis may have changed our ways of doing things for the long term. A majority of respondents believe that innovation and autonomy will remain higher than they were before the crisis. This is linked to being forced to develop different work habits, leading to increased empowerment of employees and more courage being displayed by leaders. Cultural attributes of caring and collaboration continue to be valued and displayed and will benefit the workplace of the future.