The rise of remote and hybrid work offers an opportunity for leaders to overhaul how their organizations operate, improving life for employees and realigning with the fast-paced realities of today’s market.
Some leaders are having trouble letting go of the old order. This is understandable, as change can be scary. Or maybe they’ve found success doing things a certain way and don’t see a reason for experimenting – a cognitive bias called functional fixedness, where you reject improved practices or frameworks in favor of the status quo. To move forward, these leaders need to reexamine their beliefs around work and how they measure employees.
Read the full article on Forbes.com to find out some of the most pervasive myths or limiting beliefs that need busting.