New Work

Designing a future-oriented cooperation:

New Work – a new course has been set

Are you heading towards New Work or have you already got the concept? Would you like to find out more, deepen the topic or implement certain aspects? Perhaps in the form of an open desk policy, co-working spaces, the establishment of a new culture of trust or agile working methods?

We offer you, management, executives and teams with targeted, individual training, workshops or temporary, intensive support.

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What is New Work about?

Above all, New Work refers to flexible organizational structures and adaptable, also decentralized forms of cooperation that offer more freedom of choice, flexibility and development opportunities.

  1. It’s about: Personal responsibility

New Work relies on increased personal responsibility, the development of potential and the involvement of employees in decisions that are relevant to them. Classic, hierarchical leadership is replaced by a lateral, supportive leadership. Self-organization, self-management and a corresponding culture of trust are important prerequisites for this.

  1. It’s about: Flexibility

New Work focuses on the flexibility of employees’ lifestyles. This goes far beyond free time management, overtime accounts or sabbatical options. Remote work, co-working spaces or desk sharing are common implementation formats.

What requirements support New Work?

  1. Common understanding and mutual trust
    New Work takes the approach that work and personal freedom complement each other and are not in competition. This requires a common understanding of the question: “How do we work together?” and, above all, trust in all employees, in their motivation and willingness to perform. Professional development should be harmonized with personal development.
  2. Joint realignment of leadership and collaboration
    New Work thrives on freedom of design, flexibility, flat hierarchies and self-organization. This requires a development “away from” hierarchical leadership “towards” lateral, supportive leadership. For this, a new understanding of leadership must be formed and this usually represents a development and learning process for everyone involved.
  3. Sophisticated office concepts
    New Work would like to offer the opportunity to work independently of a location. Office spaces are then only used selectively for activities or joint meetings that require personal attendance. Many companies are already using the desk-sharing concept or co-working spaces.
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