Generative AI is revolutionizing remote and hybrid work, enhancing communication, boosting productivity, and ensuring security. While reaping the benefits, organizations must proactively manage legal, ethical, and existential risks to confidently embrace the AI-driven transformation of the work landscape.
The hybrid work model, with its emphasis on in-person collaboration and human qualities, can safeguard knowledge workers’ jobs in the age of AI disruption.
Minimize hybrid employee time commuting by asking them to come in only for high-value face-to-face activities, such as intense collaboration, challenging conversations, cultivating belonging, and building weak connections. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes why hybrid employees should come to the office.
Hybrid meetings can succeed with proper AV technology, a separate facilitator for remote attendees, and norms of behavior for in-person participants to engage with remote attendees. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how to master the art of hybrid meetings.
Manager perceptions of hybrid employee procrastination come from coordination problems, which are the responsibility of the manager to fix, and involve learning the skills of managing an increasingly-hybrid workforce. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how to address hybrid work procrastination.
Urgent need to address AI’s potential to endanger humanity through alignment issues and responsible development.
To ensure remote work productivity, businesses should support remote workers by providing the necessary tools, training, and communication channels. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which discusses results of a new study about remote work productivity.
The Return to Office is failing due to inadequate communication, lack of technology adoption, and ignoring employee preferences.
Intentionality, trust, autonomy, connection, and accountability represent the five keys to turning a traditional office-centric manager into an effective hybrid manager. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes the 5 keys to being an effective hybrid manager.
A successful hybrid model depends on effective integration of junior staff. To do so, they should come to the office more often than senior staff to get on-the-job training and mentoring. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how to develop junior staff in a hybrid model.
Unproductive employees are like hidden pebbles in your business shoes. Discover the staggering costs, hidden impacts, and strategies to boost productivity and propel your organization to new heights
According to a new survey from The Conference Board, hybrid work policy has stabilized. Despite the headlines about Disney and Starbucks forcing employees to return to the office, we should expect most companies to not change their policies.
The four key challenges of remote work layoffs are impersonal emails, legal requirements, returning equipment, and difficulties assessing performance.
Effective RTO strategies blend data and empathy, prioritizing employee preferences and transparency, ensuring retention and operational success.
Empower employees to co-create their hybrid work schedules to foster engagement, retention, and productivity, ensuring a harmonious and effective work environment.
Employers who are forcing their employees back to the office are trying to reassert control over their workers, but doing so often backfires, because workers are using worker power and unions to protect their interests.
Embracing flexible hybrid work and structured mentoring programs is the key to increasing productivity and employee satisfaction, while abandoning the outdated and ineffective practice of forcing employees back to the office.
Brain training enhances uniquely human skills, fostering adaptability, mental well-being, and collaboration in our technology-driven world.
Leaders often believe false media headlines about people working two remote jobs, despite the evidence showing that the percentage of workers with multiple jobs is currently at a historic low.
Embrace the military mindset: data-driven realism, relentless work ethic, adaptability, and tech integration for entrepreneurial triumph.
Global outsourcing is the future of work. Success requires trust-building, adaptive management, infrastructure investment, and overcoming barriers. Embracing diversity and addressing biases leads to competitive advantage.
Governments are leading the way in embracing flexible work, emphasizing its importance for employee satisfaction, productivity, and inclusivity. Private companies must adapt to this shift to attract top talent and stay relevant in a changing labor market. Embracing flexibility is not just a perk but a necessity for the future of work
The top leadership should establish clear success metrics for an organization’s hybrid work model, which need to be measured quarterly to ensure the model is effective and meets the organization’s needs. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how to measure the success of your hybrid work model.
Telehealth, exemplified by MyClearStep, is revolutionizing eating disorder treatment with trust-building technology and remote monitoring
Work from home jobs for disabled people enabled by COVID resulted in employment rates for those with disabilities rising to the highest level in a decade, and companies need to provide such jobs to take advantage of a diverse talent pool. That’s the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how companies can improve diversity by providing remote jobs for disabled adults.
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