Managing A Global Workforce Requires New Skills
It requires a shift in both management style and use of technology
As globalization and technology make it possible for associations to have employees in several countries, it also changes the way leaders must manage their workforce. Willis Turner, CAE, CEO of Sales and Marketing Executives International, Inc., said this new reality requires a shift in both management style and use of technology.
“There are some considerations that are really shaping the future of workspace,” said Turner, who will speak about the global workforce at the ASAE Annual Meeting and Exposition next week.
One of the factors affecting the global workplace is its new workers. Millennials have different ideas about how they want to work. “They are not looking for a lifetime position,” Turner said. “They are looking for meaningful work and are very interested in mission-driven organizations.”
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