Social isolation can be demoralizing – and not just since Corona. Even during normal work life, many employees are cut off from information, sit in their cubicles isolated from others and don’t find out about innovations until they have been decided upon elsewhere. This kind of “quarantine” does something to people – to their creativity, to their motivation, to their self-confidence. But every single employee has so much to give if you let them. There is no good argument against strong and active human connections, against an open flow of knowledge and cooperation at eye level. Ask your employees NOW and TODAY what they need, what they want, and what they are capable of – and then get started. It’s not witchcraft, it’s a matter of will.
And if you need support, you know where to knock (digitally), right?
Work Hacks are simple, yet original, methods that can be implemented quickly and directly. They improve collaboration and results in the work context.
In this series we will introduce tried and tested Work Hacks that will effectively improve collaboration.