Adaptability is the new efficiency and it is the key to survival in uncertain business environments. We will walk through the specific benefits of being adaptable and share five ways to build adaptability, along with examples of each. Participants will engage in several exercises to help build their own “AQ” – or adaptability quotient.
Untethered to the rhythm and rituals of the office, some may struggle to stay engaged and energized by their work. We’ll look at the difference between a mindset of “I’m just doing my job” vs. “I’m taking ownership…” and participants will reflect on the current state of ownership in their work and how they might strengthen it.
Without the built-in touchpoint of being in the same physical place at the same time, employees must become a more active advocates for themselves – sharing their needs as well as their impact to combat proximity bias. We’ll look at the core strategies needed to stay visible and valued, and share a simple framework participants can use to guide their advocacy efforts.
With work/home lines ever blurrier, we’ll look at how boundaries can be set to help maintain balance, as well as how to communicate and enforce them constructively.