Struggling with hybrid work?  Five findings to help

According to the Gallup studywho decides the optimal schedule of being in the office and how often relative to the effectiveness of the team and satisfaction of the team members is instructive.

What I thought was interesting is that the optimal hybrid work model is impacted primarily by the interdependency of team members for collaboration and production.

This article from a Gallup study on hybrid work shares some interesting and possible controversial findings.

Here are a few that caught my eye:

  1. Nine out of ten surveyed preferred location flexibility.
  2. Two days in the office was the preferred option.
  3. The “right number” of days on-site varies greatly by job and type of collaboration each role demands – collaborative or independent.
  4. When the team sets the policy, the individuals are most engaged however that happens least often! Head scratcher….

I hope this inspires some productive conversations on the best option for you and your teams.

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Bill – Certified Growth Coach, Foundations in NeuroLeadership certified, PI Certified Partner, 100COACHES member coach


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Published by Bill Flynn

Gazelles Member Advisor and early stage startup specialist with a proven track record with 16 Boston-based startups (9 to date with 5 successful outcomes, advisor to 7 others); SMB to Fortune 500 companies. 20+ years of Senior Sales, Marketing and GM experience in industries including mobile advertising, security, digital advertising, e-commerce and IT. Core Competencies: Player/Coach, Metrics-driven, Execution-based philosophy, Life-long learner

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