home office laptop640The future of work is remote, flexible, project- and results-based, so people are often keen to discuss how leaders and managers are adapting. The truth is that like emus with their head in the sand, many leaders and managers are reluctant to adopt a flexible workplace. 

For some, they genuinely hope that this massive workforce trend will go away.

However there are so many good reasons for remote and flexible work: improved productivity, increased staff loyalty, greater team engagement and reduced staff turnover are just some of the benefits.

Check this video from Nina Sochon, CEO of Transformed Teams, as she solves the riddle of flexible work including why more leaders and managers don't recognise that flexible work is important to the future of an organisation.