Corporate Governance

5 ways the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the role of leaders 

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The pandemic has changed people's attitudes towards institutions. The new reality requires a different type of leadership. Image: Markus Spiske for Unsplash

Rashmi Bhaskar Mukherjee
Director, Experience Reimagination & Future of Work, Digital Workplace, TCS UKI
Ashok Krish
Global Head, Digital Workplace, TCS
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