Every new age manager has to become people manager first

Every new age manager has to become people manager first
As we move forward, few new people practises are getting momentum which are focused on create individualized employee experience. Starting with dedicated efforts around wellness and care to creating a psychological safe environment for teams to thrive and unleash their potential is more pronounced now than ever before.

Do you think that Business Organisations now look for certain new competencies for managers? If so, what is your perspective in this respect?

KT For any organisation having strong managers is imperative to succeed. It is one of the key roles that have maximum impact on the engagement and culture of any organisation. Since a manager wears many hats, right from being the figurehead of the team to ensuring productivity and motivation, this role has always been in focus. While on one side organisations and leaders consciously and continuously invest in the development of their managers by providing them learning opportunities, mentoring and other avenues of exposure, on the other side it is also expected that the managers themselves will own their competency development and strive to learn, unlearn and relearn skills more relevant to the changing times.

The need for building new competencies for managers have never been more crucial as it is in today’s times, especially when you consider the recent past and look at the shift in...

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Kavita Tandon

with more than 16 years of experience leading Global HR teams across different countries, and working currently as the Global Head of HR for Simplify Healthcare, is responsible for leading and streamlining the full gamut of the 'People Function', enables her to bring a diverse perspective to execute a well-balanced people strategy that enables business growth and scale with right outcomes.

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Kavita Tandon

with more than 16 years of experience leading Global HR teams across different countries, and working currently as the Global Head of HR for Simplify Healthcare, is responsible for leading and streamlining the full gamut of the 'People Function', enables her to bring a diverse perspective to execute a well-balanced people strategy that enables business growth and scale with right outcomes.

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