I'm the founder of FutureWork IQ where I spend my time assisting businesses to improve their climate literacy so as to understand the projected impacts from the expanding climate crisis and how to adapt their workplaces in the face of these impacts.

Smart leadership teams are quickly coming to realize that enabling flexible and remote working will give them a competitive advantage. However, you have to have develop a results-only work environment. Measuring output looks like this:

“Imagine rolling in to work at 2 p.m. on a Monday, after spending the morning with your family. Only a few of your team members are at their desks, and no one asks where you were or why you’re late. You get right to work, focusing intensely until 8 p.m., and then you leave the office. Tomorrow, you plan to join a colleague at a local library to finish the project you started today. Once you’ve met your deadline, you’ll be off for the rest of the week.”

(Source: Managing in a Results-Only Work Environment)