There’s more to work than working
Breaking down silos to engage teams
Recently, we’ve seen lots of research about the productivity gains and benefits of working from home, but perhaps it’s time to ask: Is there a cost?
While we might be more productive now, are we sacrificing the very elements that make us better, smarter and happier workers and colleagues?
In this White Paper, we’ve referenced the latest research and Joe Keohane’s The Power of Strangers: The Benefits of Connecting in a Suspicious World to examine the impact of working from home, not just on organisational silos, collaboration and teams, but on empathy and the bonds we form with friends and strangers in and out of the workplace.
And for leaders seeking to overcome silos and improve internal and external networking, we’ve included some practical activities and ideas to try in and between teams.