- Relational Power Is the New Currency of Hybrid Work
- What we learned after one month of operating a hybrid office
- Hybrid Work Is Doomed
- The Four Essential Dynamics of Hybrid Work
- 3 Ways to Reprioritize Your Work Life for a Hybrid World
Research shows that managers must incorporate relational power into their leadership approach in virtual work settings.
«Relational power is derived from the ability of an individual to wield influence on others without necessarily being in a formal hierarchical role»
Office workers work in offices, for better or for worse.
«Perhaps they failed to understand the stakes. The office gives identity to office workers and firms alike, by imposing its practices across the workforce. That makes calls for flexibility much harder for the Office to adopt than workers may have thought.»
Strategies for preventing burnout and focusing on what matters.
We've learned a lot in our first month operating a hybrid office, and wanted to share those lessons for managers and executives thinking through similar questions right now.
«Even when you’re in the office, the work itself is still best done with the assumption that everyone is remote.»
Gallup research shows how the four dynamics of hybrid teams should change the way we lead. Consider these when designing your hybrid workplace.
We will inevitably blend distributed work with in-person, but the details are much harder than they appear.
«As we start to go “back to the office,” it has become increasingly clear that the offices in question have changed irreversibly.»
Leaders should be managing remote working conditions amid the uncertainty of today and prepare for and optimize the hybrid working models of tomorrow.
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