How to Manage the “Always-On” Culture

How to Manage the “Always-On” Culture

Technology has radically changed how we manage our work and life. Services and information are available 24/7, and we can easily connect with anyone, anytime, anywhere in the world.

All this convenience, however, comes at a price.

When our smartphones are always switched on and within reach, we can find it difficult to “switch off.” We may have inadvertently become part of the “always-on culture,” which could seriously damage our health.

In this webinar John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership at The Myers-Briggs Company, will draw on our research to discuss:

  • The always-on culture and its consequences for individuals, managers, and teams, with new information about how the arrival of the COVID-19 virus has heightened the situation
  • Strategies that you can use to maintain well-being in your organization
  • How a knowledge of personality type can be used to leverage the advantages of the always-on culture while mitigating the disadvantages

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