“The Modern Work Force” 2.0💡
I have been saying this for months — Work as we know it (1.0) will no longer exist after #covid19. This pandemic has forced companies to look at flexible work in a new light. To transform. To pivot in the face of uncertainty. To sink or swim.
I am writing this as a powerful female leader who worked in both extremes — Capital Markets on the Trading Floor with a traditional mentality, to the Director of Sales at a Private Corporation that had a modernized WFH Sales Team.
The Modern Workforce is here to stay. I have created The JW Method to be an advocate for change, for both corporations and women. To challenge leaders to think differently. More importantly, to shape the Modern Workforce.
This Forbes article is a great read of the new 2.0 Work Force (https://www.forbes.com/sites/benjaminkomlos/2020/07/15/dont-go-back-to-the-way-it-was-its-time-to-reimagine-work-20/#13bc1b9e660a), with some key take-aways:
‣ Breaking the connection between presence and productivity
‣ Rethinking how + when to collaborate, and what must be done in-person vs. remote
‣ Managing the potential for remote work burnout
‣ Redirecting real estate costs to employee wellness benefits and productivity measures
‣ Doubling down on newly discovered operational efficiencies, rather than returning to previous outdated models and processes.
What are your thoughts on the new 2.0 #WFH Work Force?