While the businesses open boardroom doors after eighteen months, there is a realisation that not all individuals need to be on the site. As the remote workforce has absorbed the innovations more efficiently than what leaders imagined at the initial stage, the leaders may choose to adopt hybrid boardroom meetings depending on several factors.
Life @ Work
Organisations and leaders need to seize the moment rather than bounce back to how things were. Damien Sheehan, Country Head Australia, IWG, talks about the different facets of what it means to return to the workplace and the future of workplaces, in an interaction with us.
How you can use synchronous and asynchronous communication techniques for teams to become more productive in a hybrid working environment.
Mondays are notorious for being 'heavy' work days that are often chaotic. One way to reduce the pressure is to start with easy and achievable tasks in the day. Read on to know more.
Gone are the days of a corner office in the ivory tower, an expense account and the secretary that brings fresh pastries and coffee just the way you like it every morning. Now it is time to rethink and restructure office culture with new sets of employee well-being and recreation policies.
Understanding the connection between job insecurity, unemployment and the rising suicide rates in Australia.
It’s time organisations take a more strategic approach to the future, to ensure management excellence and create talent pipelines to maintain it.