This is the mindset used for job-hunting, or starting a new role or project; it unites people around a common goal and makes a positive impact on businesses and society.
More than half of US employees say they would be willing to take a pay cut to work at a company that shares its values. Source: Qualtrics
Nurturing inspiration and intent involves a mix of synchronous and asynchronous work, so how can your brand or business prepare for the era of Promadic Working?
As flexibility and remote working proliferate, workers will need new spaces – physical, digital and phygital – in which to convene and collaborate. Reconfigured, human-centric, community-building spaces will be vital.
‘Leaders that will thrive in this future will be ones who can facilitate courageous conversations, even dissent’
Gustavo Razzetti, workplace consultant, and author of Remote, Not Distant
How can your business remove physical barriers to working together, apart?
In a future of polywork and professional power-flexing, life-long learning is a non-negotiable part of working life. Technology and flexibility offer opportunities to upskill with speed and agility.
Almost one third (29%) of Gen Z and Millennials choose employers based on learning and development opportunities. Source: Deloitte
In this new workspace, how can you help citizens to upskill?
This is a state of sustained focus, which results in a flow of creative work. It is where clarity reigns, and problems and solutions merge into quality output. The question is: how do we attain this deep work ability in a world of constant distractions?
65% of creative people need quiet to do their best work. Source: WeTransfer
How valuable is it for your brand or business to help workers tap into various states as and when necessary for the job in hand?
Quality downtime is vital to overall productivity and wellbeing. Workers need opportunities – both in and out of the workplace – to reboot their internal systems and reclaim their creativity. Brands including McDonald’s, Nestlé and GE have all announced the introduction of mass coaching.
The global corporate wellness market is expected to reach £75.8bn ($93.4bn, €85.2bn) by 2028. Source: Grand View Research
How can your brand or business prepare for a 360-degree approach to employee wellbeing?