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Empower to transform

The December issue of strategy+business highlights three key moves C-suite leaders can make to ensure that their workforce is a driver of transformation and not just along for the ride. All of those moves revolve around a single, overarching imperative: empowering people.
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Cover of December 2022 digital issue of strategy+business
In the December 2022 digital issue of strategy+business:
Empower to transform
When undertaking systemic change or facing uncertainty, remember: your employees aren’t just along for the ride—they’re the engine of transformation.

This issue of strategy+business highlights three key moves C-suite leaders can make to ensure that their workforce is a driver of transformation. All of those moves revolve around a single, overarching imperative: empowering people.

Empowered workers feel a sense of autonomy, influence, confidence, and meaning at work. And it shows.

Successful transformations often require culture change to make the improvements stick. At the heart of culture change are new behaviors that tend to empower people and teams.