In today’s episode, we chat with Martha Heller, CEO of Heller Search Associates and a returning guest, to the show to tap into her expertise as an executive and an IT leadership guru as we continue to try to answer the question “what happens next?” post-pandemic and Great Resignation. Join us as Martha gives her best advice for how leaders can not only navigate and survive, but thrive through this season of uncertainty.
The impact of The Great Resignation on CIOs as leaders and resources
What’s next as CIOs plan for the future within their organization
How the pandemic has altered the digital employee experience, for better and for worst
Check out Martha’s previous episode with us here!
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Tim Flower is the VP of DEX Strategy at Nexthink and the co-host of the DEX Show Podcast, a show dedicated to technology and change-management professionals interested in improving the way we work. He has worked in enterprise IT for over 30 years, and since joining Nexthink in 2015, he has helped businesses large and small around the world to understand the power of information when viewed through the end-user. Tim is also the author of the new book, DEX for Dummies, a practical guide for organizing and executing an effective DEX strategy in any organization. Learn More