Posts Tagged ‘leaders’
Three Mistakes Leaders Make During A Recession
Avoid the three key mistakes leaders make in a recession: don’t compete on price, don’t slash your marketing budget indiscriminately, and don’t jump on the bandwagon and align with majority opinions.Read More
Flexible Hybrid Work Model Key to Worker Retention
A flexible hybrid work model is the future of worker retention, and also benefits a company’s bottom line through increased productivity, employee engagement, and access to a wider talent pool with cost savings on talent.Read More
Mastering the Art of Hybrid Meetings
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, all of which requires effective training and feedback.Read More
Should You Invest in the Work From Home Office of Employees?
Companies that fail to invest in the work from home office of their hybrid employees will lose out on productivity, wellbeing, retention, collaboration, and communication, all of which will reflect poorly on their bottom lines.Read More
Why Should a Hybrid Employee Come to the Office?
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.Read More
How to Address Hybrid Work Procrastination
Manager perceptions of hybrid work procrastination come from coordination problems. It’s the manager’s responsibility to fix them by learning the skills of managing an increasingly-hybrid workforce.Read More
New Study Uncovers the Secrets of Remote Work Productivity
Remote workers are 9% more productive than office workers and willing to accept lower wages for the flexibility. To ensure remote work productivity, businesses should provide the necessary tools, training, and communication channels.Read More
5 Keys to Being an Effective Hybrid Manager
Intentionality, trust, autonomy, connection, and accountability represent the five keys to turning a traditional office-centric manager into an effective hybrid manager.Read More
What Personality Types Do Best in Hybrid Work?
To optimize hybrid work arrangements, use the Big Five personality test to measure team member personality and have those high in Conscientiousness, Introversion, Openness to Experience, and Emotional Stability spend more time working remotelyRead More
How to Measure the Success of Your Hybrid Work Model
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 needsRead More