If years of research show us anything, it is that beyond ability and strength, there lies the hidden reality of tapping into the rich sea of needs and preferred working environments that produce empowerment and commitment.
The world around us is changing at a rapid pace and now more than ever, people are seeking leaders who operate from higher principles — principles that extend far beyond self-promotion or purely individualistic motives.
We know that there is a distinct correlation between employee well-being and business outcomes. We know that when staff is healthy – mentally and physically — this translates to higher engagement and productivity.
As COVID-19 shook the world, it became even more evident that it is hard to produce projected results at work if you are not healthy — both physically and mentally — but even harder to lead a business.
The world of tradition and stability that the British monarchy represents might seem a long way away from the reality of running a dynamic, modern pharma company but there are actually some interesting leadership lessons we can learn from the Queen.