“Literally every phase of the Flex+Strategy Group’s engagement was a revelation. From the data assessment process to the leadership readiness process to the partner readiness process, it all rolled up into a very powerful strategy for both individuals and our organization as a whole." — Barbara Taylor, former General Counsel, BDO USA
How do you develop and implement a more coordinated, strategic approach to work flexibility?
Partner with a team of experts that understands how to:
- Build the employer-employee partnership required for success.
- Create a culture of strategic work flexibility tailored to your business.
- Get line manager buy-in while giving them skills and tools to lead a flexible workplace.
- Help Human Resources co-own the success of work flexibility with key stakeholders, including managers and employees.
- Prepare individuals to capture and use the flexibility that makes sense for their jobs to manage their work+life fit, every day and at major life transitions.
The level at which FSG/WLF engages with your organization to review and develop a strategic approach to work flexibility will depend upon:
- Project goals
- Organizational readiness and
- Resource availability (e.g. time, people and budget).
Potential engagements, by level, may include:
Level 1: Review and Revise
We will help your team, and other key stakeholders, clarify what they want flexibility (day-to-day and/or formal) to achieve for the business, managers and employees.
Level 2: Connect the Dots
In addition to the steps in Level 1, we will review relevant policy/procedures/supports and recommend next steps to ensure the flexible workplace strategic alignment across the organization.
Level 3: Culture Change
To integrate day-to-day and/or formal work flexibility deeper into the culture and operating model, we work with you to determine the current state of flexibility in your business, develop a vision of future success, then create a "from-to" strategy that makes the change happen as effectively and efficiently as possible.
For more information, please contact, Linda Cannilla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Related FSG/WLF Articles:
- The 10 Keys to Building the Flexible Workplace of the Future
- 3 Signs Flexible Work is Strategic--Not Just Window Dressing
- The Strategic Use of Flexibility
- 6 Ways to Promote Work Flexibility Culture Change
- 3 Steps to Make Work+Life Flexibility Really Succeed for Your Business and Your People
- Making Flexibility Real Takes More than a Policy, Toolkit and Training