We keep hearing work is changing for good. This is the era of the employee. And no one knows what the future looks like or what it’ll take to make workers happy.
Professor Tsedal Neeley says this is not actually a mystery. She is a Senior Associate Dean and Professor at Harvard Business School. She believes remote work -- in some form -- is here to stay. And she’s been studying best practices since well before the pandemic. She has advice for the best way to get the job you want, hire the employees who will really fit, and grow with the changing economy.
Here she gets into what’s behind ‘the great resignation’, labor shortages, zoom fatigue, tech exhaustion, and why young people may have a surprising advantage in the modern workplace.
Professor Tsedal Neeley has worked in strategy and global customer experience roles at major companies, received academic awards from Harvard and Stanford, is fluent in four languages, and holds a patent for her software simulation on global collaboration.
Neeley's latest book is “Remote Work Revolution”.
Professor Tsedal Neeley
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