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The New Future of Work
The New Future of Work
There’s a major shift happening in offices everywhere.
Employees’ demands are changing, it can be difficult if not impossible to recruit, and the sense of frustration and even burnout among your staff is palpable.
In fact, one study shows that more than 65% of employees are reconsidering the role of work in their lives.
Work is less of a priority for workers. And it’s causing problems.
Since the pandemic, 47% of employees have put family and personal life over work. And 53% prioritize their own health and well-being over work. You may even be experiencing these feelings yourself.
As a forward-thinking leader, you know things need to change but you still have an organization to run. Where do you even start?
Do you want:
- Your employees to be more engaged?
- Your company to be more innovative?
- To expand and grow the impact of your organization?
- To be able to recruit and retain the best talent?
If you’re here, the answer is most likely yes to at least one of these questions.
Companies that can successfully tap into the potential of their employees, capture their hearts and minds, and develop new and better ways of working will be the ones to lead in the future.
The new future of work is going from:
- Bureaucratic to human-centered
- From dead-end jobs to get-ahead jobs
- Always in person to hybrid work arrangements
- Rigid scheduling to increased flexibility
- Hard to make change to continual experimentation
- And More.
It’s about creating workplaces where employees and organizations can thrive. We can help.
New Phase Partners provides future of work strategy consultation, meeting facilitation and planning, leadership coaching, and collaboration events to help you design new ways of working and doing business. We work with those in business, healthcare, and start-ups.
Our people-first model incorporates the latest in change management, cultural evolution science, and social psychology.
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