Padraig Harrington and Steve Stricker, the respective captains of the European and United States Ryder Cup Teams, are charged with making critical decisions in real time as the competition ebbs and flows. Every decision they make impacts the outcome of each match. And that is how they will be measured for success.
In today’s complex business climate, C-suite leaders can surely relate.
As a Worldwide Partner of the Ryder Cup, Aon understands that in business, as in golf, effective leadership means setting your talent up for success, even amid great challenges and uncertainty. In a world still managing through the COVID-19 pandemic, building resilient workforces is clearly key to long-term success.
Aon’s report, Helping Organizations Chart a Course to The New Better, notes that resilient workers have a stronger capacity for upskilling and reskilling to keep up with the pace of change in the years to come as more industries adopt sophisticated digital technology.
“What’s true in sport is also true in life: Change is a constant,” said Aon CEO Greg Case. “New risks and new opportunities keep emerging, and it’s the job of organizations to respond and prepare.”
To learn more, read the first article of our series in partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios, which explores how leaders can make better decisions to prepare for – and build upon – whatever comes next, no matter their field of play.