This time our Leader’s Digest newsletter offers ideas and tools on how to succeed in the future of work with the help of experts such as Tanya Orlyk, Brian Tracy, and Adam Grant, among others.
Top Content Picks
📈 Blog: In the middle of the horrific war in Ukraine, Tanya Orlyk calls for us to use humor. It can help us get through times of crisis—and it also makes business sense.
⏱ Video: Time is not a renewable resource, so take this oldie but goodie time management tip from Brian Tracy: “Look at everything that you do and ask yourself: does this have big potential consequences or not?”
📊 Article: What are the most pressing issues for CEOs at the moment? According to Stephen Miles, struggling to lead in hyperinflation is one of the main matters.
Our Recommended Source for New Ideas
— WorkLife Podcast by Adam Grant
In the latest episode of his WorkLife podcast, Adam Grant, addresses flexibility at work from multiple different fronts. To begin with, he emphasizes that unlike you might think at first, work flexibility is not solely about where we work. According to Adam it also means:
- What we work on; letting employees spend a certain amount of time on projects that they choose freely.
- Who we work with; allowing employees to choose the people they collaborate with.
- When we work; giving employees control over their work time and priorities.
Listen to the full episode to learn more about how to create flexibility at your workplace.
Stop and Think
“In order to keep up with the world of 2050, you will need not merely to invent new ideas and products but above all to reinvent yourself again and again.” – Yuval Noah Harari
Working Strategically Under Turbulent Times
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