Morgan Stanley CEO | Why 'Eating out, come to the office' may be a disastrous leadership approach

Why 'Eating out, come to the office' may be a disastrous leadership approach
  • Morgan Stanley’s Chief Executive, James Gorman tells employees “If you can go to a restaurant, you can come into the office".

  • Data shows that leaders may well be motivated by their own weaknesses and lack of trust when denying remote working.

  • Yet, should you take this stance? The majority of leaders are allowing remote working in some form.

All leaders are acutely aware that the pandemic has been a time of great change for the world of work.

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