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As AI systems become more prevalent, many workers are understandably stressed about the chance of losing their jobs. In fact, it's already started with content creators in media losing their jobs. But before we all get sold on the utopian power of generative AI, we have to realize we have a long way to go as leaders.
The truth is that ChatGPT systems can help teams and executives communicate, but they cannot take the place of a human interaction that builds relationships. The moment has come to engage in human interactions and conversations. (i.e., to step away from the screen).
Here are three ideas for building a more robust team environment in this new environment.
• Look for strategies to improve conventional communication techniques. In other words, encourage folks to move away from the tech and talk to each other.
• Wherever possible, establish strong offline relationships with your team members to let them know you value them as individuals.
• Be available for your team members when they need you, even if that means staying late or coming in early.
The only viable solution is the thoughtful merging of people and technology.
In sum, transparency by leaders is paramount in a ChatGPT world. Workers are left feeling uncertain and concerned by the introduction of ChatGPT and other AI systems, raising significant moral and practical concerns about how these technologies are applied. To handle these issues and foster team trust, transparent leaders are better suited.
By putting transparency first, leaders will be better equipped to handle the difficulties and opportunities brought on by the AI era and create cutting-edge businesses that are morally upright and concentrated on the welfare of their staff and clients. In other words, it is more important than ever to have effective and proactive leadership.