Inclusive Management in the Age of the New Normal

Companies should be prudent in drafting their MECQ work policies to protect their employees. Before any policy is implemented, companies should include all stakeholders in the decision-making process. If, as an employee, you find yourself surprised, or wondering where these policies the higher-ups are forcing on you, came from, there is a failure in the decision-making process.

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Practicing Humanistic Management Through Compassionate Listening and Constructive Feedback

The concept of humanistic management has been making waves in the workforce for a while, but many employers may still not quite understand what it means or how to implement it. A great place to start working toward this management strategy is by focusing on compassionate listening and feedback. Understanding why humanistic management is important and how communication plays a major role in it is the first step toward beginning to implement these practices into your own office environment.

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What’s dignity got to do with it? Why now is the time for humanistic management in tourism

Amongst all this angst what the future might hold for tourism and the many individuals affected, there is no doubt people will travel again to see their loved ones, and people will long for going on holiday after months of staying at home. When that time comes, we need to have a blueprint ready for a tourism industry that prioritises humanity over profits if we want (the industry) to survive indeed.

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