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5 ๐Ÿ”‘ Takeaways from Frontiers London

What we learned from Lindsay McGregor, Holly Branson, and more, about employee motivation

์ž‘์„ฑ์ž: Nic Vargus2018๋…„ 11์›” 15์ผ

Before our memories of massive coloring walls and candy-covered tables fade away, we thought weโ€™d reflect on a few lessons from this yearโ€™s Frontiers conference. Weโ€™ll never forget the practical advice we received from Holly Branson, aย senior executive at the Virgin Group, for making business more ethicalโ€”and โ€œTomoโ€ is pretty much etched into our subconsciousโ€”but we also wanted to capture other useful tips and significant observations about the future of teamwork. Here are five takeaways for you and your team.

1. The way we work is changing, fast

And that means your company needs to change just as quickly. โ€œOrganizational agilityโ€ is a term we heard a lot. To succeed in this business landscape, teams must adapt often and proactively. As best-selling author Lindsay McGregor put it, there are two major driving forces behind an organizationโ€™s success: how effectively you execute on your plans and how effectively you deviate from those plans. High-performing companies need both.

2. Learn your teamโ€™s โ€œtotal motivationโ€

First, a quick refresher: An organizationโ€™s Tomo, or total motivation, is the hard-to-define reason employees feel fulfilled at work. It comes down to play, purpose, and potential, as opposed to money, emotional motivations, or just plain inertia.

Why we work determines how well we work. Organizations that succeed in making work feel interesting and important reap tangible benefitsโ€”including devoted customers, improved sales, and, oh yeah, employees who actually want to come to work each day.

โ€œBusinesses need to be doing all they can, not the least they can get away with.โ€ โ€”Holly Branson, the Virgin Group

3. IT solutions are now driven organically

Gone are the days of IT solutions being dictated from on high. Whether itโ€™s through the prevalence of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) or the newest trend, BYOApps, clever businesses are letting workers choose the services and tools they feel most comfortable using. Organizations that adopt these policies should expect a proliferation of devices and services in the workplaceโ€”and thatโ€™s OK! But it puts a greater emphasis on collaboration and makes bringing people and tools together in a central place non-negotiable.

โ€œEither you support the users or you donโ€™t have a function.โ€ โ€”Mattias Hindfelt, CIO, EQT

4. Make work a safe space to experiment

Throughout the breakout sessions, speakers readily admitted that transparencyโ€”or defaulting to open communicationโ€”is a cultural shift. That culture shift can be a blessing, so long as you make sure your employees are empowered to experiment. And that starts with trust. As Holly Branson put it, โ€œWe have trust in our relationships at home, trust in our children. Why should your relationship with work be any different?โ€ Employees need to know theyโ€™re trusted and that they can make mistakes, spin up that new channel, or just try out a new emoji. In the end, everyone benefits from a more dynamic workplace.

5. Create opportunities for everyone

We have a chance to improve the world in concrete ways, and it starts with hiring. Whether making a conscious decision to employ veterans or launching a program to hire formerly incarcerated individuals, creating meaningful opportunities for people is vital. Take advantage of diverse backgrounds and skills, and your business will benefit.

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