Post-pandemic, there is now an enhanced understanding among health care organizations that ‘where’ and ‘when’ their employees are going to work is likely to continue to evolve. Site-of-care shifts, drastic increases in telemedicine utilization, and increased employee desire for flexible work arrangements: all of these changes have placed pressure on employers to offer greater remote work and hybrid options. But even more pressing than the logistical questions around these shifts are the mind shifts required from health care leaders to embrace the new reality of flexible work options.
Your Organization’s Approach to Remote Work Considerations
Engage key stakeholders across your organization around the mind shifts required to make remote work a success at your organization.
June 16, 2021
Our conversation guide offers a customizable PowerPoint presentation for you to engage key stakeholders across your organization around the mind shifts required to make remote work a success at your organization. It focuses on helping you address – and neutralize – four problematic myths of remote work:
- Myth: Flexible work arrangements are perks that act as differentiators for workforce recruitment
- Myth: Remote work will kill productivity
- Myth: Our organizational culture and teamwork will suffer
- Myth: Flexible work arrangements aren’t feasible for certain groups of employees
The conversation guide will help you address these myths through a variety of data-backed evidence, targeted conversations about your own organization’s relationship to remote work, and a variety of in-slide facilitation tips to get the best conversation out of your stakeholder group.