Companies, leaders, and senior staff should adopt best practices so they can provide excellent mentorship to remote work employees hired during the pandemic and integrate them successfully into the team.
The lack of action against the threat of an Omicron surge points towards a lack of vision in leadership. Leaders must fight against cognitive biases and adopt best practices to avoid disasters in the future of work.
Leaders need to reevaluate their old methods of conducting performance reviews. Remote team management calls for the adoption of innovative best practices to be able to gain maximum productivity from remote and hybrid working employees.
Leaders must recognize that the future of work is now hybrid and even fully remote. To gain a competitive advantage in the future of work, leaders need to upskill employees in best practices for hybrid and remote collaboration and communication.
An interview with Chet Czaplicka, Founder and CEO of Comprehensive Care Services, which provides perfusion and autotransfusion services across the United States.
An interview with Chris Haimbach, the US Head of Sales, Commercial Strategy and Operations for the Consumer Health division at Bayer.
It’s important to adapt your organization's culture for virtual collaboration in order to thrive after the pandemic. That's the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes best practices for effective virtual collaboration for hybrid and remote teams.
Clearly, work will never go back to a pre-pandemic normal. Leaders who don’t seize an innovative advantage risk lagging behind. Methodologies like Virtual Serendipitous Idea Generation grant a much-needed competitive advantage.
Any organization can benefit from hybrid teams and cultural re-onboarding for virtual collaboration. Many old practices are no longer effective, requiring new ways to address the needs of employers and employees during and after the pandemic.
To seize a competitive advantage, you need to adopt virtual brainstorming for hybrid and remote teams. That's the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which shares best practices for virtual brainstorming for innovation advantage.