Getting Results From the Flexible Work Force

150108_blog copy

This week's Fierce resource was originally published on Inc.com

Getting Results From the Flexible Work Force reveals the benefits of having a remote workforce. One of the most important aspects? Culture. Flexible offices require a high degree of trust and that means a strong culture. Culture committees are a great way to get a pulse on your organization, develop your people as leaders and create unity among your office.

Regardless if your office is flexible or traditional, what will your team or organization do to develop your culture in 2015?

"Build a sense of team. Allow time for socializing, encourage people to share what is happening in their lives, and celebrate both their professional milestones and their personal ones."

Read the full article.

Looking for more tips on how to create an open office? Read this blog.

Leadership Tips: Have a Performance Conversation 
2015 Workplace Predictions: Out With the Old, In w...

Related Posts