The traditional 9-5 job is gone, and in its place new ways of working have emerged. Unfortunately, it’s easy to slide into practices that are not all for good— like an always-on mindset that leads to burnout.
So what does research tell us about the best practices? What lessons have we learned over the past year, and how can we incorporate them into the new models of work? How can we avoid falling back into the way things used to be? Where should individuals and organizations channel their energy and focus their resources to create real, lasting change? There’s an opportunity to reimagine work and not just add on Zoom calls to our day. There’s also a need to tackle head-on the reality that 40% of workers are actively contemplating leaving their jobs once things stabilize.
In this session, we’ll share a structure for thinking about what’s needed to make returning to the workplace not just a transition but a transformation—and specific practices, drawn from research and case studies, you can use to succeed.
MEET YOUR HOSTS
Kevin Delaney is a co-founder of Reset Work, a new kind of media organization focused on translating research into best practices for navigating a return to the workplace and resetting business practices for the long-run. Kevin is also a senior editor at The Information and former senior editor at The New York Times, a co-founder of Quartz, and former managing editor at The Wall Street Journal.
Massella Dukuly is an advisor to Reset Work and a coach and learning and development strategist who has trained and coached over 10,000 leaders at over 300 global companies. Massella has also worked in customer operations at high-growth startups, including Squarespace and Warby Parker, and she has an MBA from Pepperdine University. Massella is the host of Keeping Score podcast, a podcast dedicated to empowering individuals to live an engaged life.
Khe Hy is the founder of RadReads and The $10k Institute, an online academy that helps high-performers live a productive and examined life. RadReads provides guides, coaching, and trainings for over 30,000 professionals to help them gain back free time, scale their impact, and make their little dent in the universe.
Before founding RadReads, Khe spent 15 years working on Wall Street and was one of the youngest Managing Directors at Blackrock. He's been called Oprah for Millennials by CNN and the Wall Street Guru by Bloomberg and his work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, TedX, Barrons, Time Magazine and Quartz.