After talking to multiple people I started to feel that there was a significant trend toward people feeling that Hybrid work, spending some time working from home, and sometime in the office, wasn't really playing out to be the perfect post-COVID "new normal" scenario that people were anticipating.
Most of us have received the email. The title reads “Back To The Office Policy” it starts with something like “We all believe that face-to-face collaboration is part of creating a vibrant, fun, and effective work policy.”.”
The internal comms team knows this isn’t going to be 100% popular,
We’ve been sold the myth that hybrid work is the perfect mix between being productive and being focused in your curated, comfortable home office space. Then spending a day or two in the office being hyper-collaborative with your teammates.
However, my recent survey shows that 60% of hybrid workers
What do Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Elon Musk have in common?
Experts have suggested that these three men show borderline signs of being psychopaths.
But they're not the "murdery" kind of Phycopath. The definition of psychopathic behavior doesn’t in fact, cover much about killing people. At its core
Over the last couple of decades, the explosion of tech companies led to their leaders being idolized as people with superhuman capabilities; Gods of industry, savant business leaders with visionary missions to change the world.
However, they're simply not much better than you or me.
People love to use the
Do you consider yourself to be a role model? Well, believe it or not, you are. Whatever stage of your career you are at, there is someone somewhere looking up to you and thinking, ‘I want to be just like them.’
Over the last couple of months of brain-farting, I’ve started to collect the things I’ve been posting into several categories. These categories have become a ‘manifesto’ for how I *want* to lead a small team.
Being outside of your comfort zone is, well, uncomfortable. However, it's a place where there are creative things to learn and excellent growth opportunities. So how do you support your team take their first steps into a world so loved by shouty management gurus?