- Create boundaries around what’s important
- Spend time reconnecting
- Consider your mindset
One of the biggest challenges faced by the remote workforce was the fluid nature of work, where boundaries were often blurred between work and life. Hybrid work can augment or magnify some of those tensions even more, by bringing together digital and physical workspaces.
As you embark on your hybrid work experience, consider what’s important. What are the ways you want to ensure the most important things get focused on?
#5 – Spend time reconnecting – My latest writing, Reconnecting Workspaces, is all about helping organizations consider what can help their people thrive in any environment – remote, virtual or hybrid. A central tenet is that RESULTS + RELATIONSHIPS = HIGH PERFORMANCE. Check out the Reconnecting Workspaces posts for more on boosting relationships and results, as well as tomorrow’s post on Building relationships. More to follow on this.
Given that some team members may never physically have worked in the office pre-pandemic, and given that some may not return to the office physically, it can be valuable to take stock of relationships and help clarify the relationship web. Everyone can benefit by asking on a regular basis - Who do I need to reach out to?
#6 - Consider mindset – Finally, what mindset do you want to adopt around hybrid work? What’s the perspective you want to adopt around your work right now?
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