Together with the Association of Danish Lawyers and Economists, DJØF, and selected experts, IDA has developed three first aid kits to help you as a manager deal with hybrid forms of work in the best possible way.
This theme focuses on working life with no limits – that is; in what ways our working life can be without limits, and how you can best handle this as a manager.
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Our ways of collaborating have developed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic - and they are likely to keep doing so. When your team or department meet in new constellations, you need to talk about how you can best work together.
You can begin by doing as follows:
Start by watching the video with Anders Raastrup Kristensen for a general idea of the challenges and possibilities of working life with no limits.
As a manager, it is important to keep in mind that work with no limits can be a source of both well-being and dissatisfaction. So, if you want to promote well-being, it is your responsibility to create a framework for limitless work within which all employees can function and thrive.
Based on the challenges and possibilities of a working life with no limits, we have gathered seven tips for managers who lack specific tools to handle the working life with no limits.
Your role as a manager in working life with no limits is less about instructing, motivating or supervising, and more about helping your staff to flourish in changing and loosely structured contexts. Get seven tips on how to create the best framework for limitless work.
Download two tools to help you start a conversation on working life with no limits at your workplace. You can share the handout "Five forms of work with no limits" with your team before the dialogue to help you define and discuss from the beginning the forms of work with no limits that affect your workplace. The tool for dialogue will help you ask and answer the right questions when the department needs to find possibilities to improve well-being and make room for differences between staff.