The future of work
A return to a new way of working
COVID-19 has forced organizations and employees into a new, if only temporary, normal. The work environment to which you will return will not be the one you left, but instead your journey will need to take you to a ‘next normal’. Preparing for the future of work requires new approaches to aligning your workforce, work environment, and operations – all of which have progressed through the COVID pandemic and come out, changed, on the other side. How you get there is key. We can help.
Planning for the future of work
What the next normal will look like is not exactly clear. But long-term success depends on an organization’s ability to build resiliency and flexibility into its operations, employees and culture.
Eagle Hill helps clients resume operations in the near-term, while transforming your capabilities and workforce to sustain and advance your mission in the long-term. We meet you where you are and work hand-in-hand to develop a customized future of work strategy that achieves your business aims. Then, we pull on our deep expertise in change management to engage your employees in bringing the plan to life – and to make it stick.
How we help:
Workplace strategy development
Organizational change management
Change readiness assessment
Risk & crisis management
Business performance measurement
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Beyond physical distancing & PPE
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Actionable insights and best practices to equip your business and workforce for success in the new normal.
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As Eagle Hill has worked through our own COVID-19 response, we’ve drawn on the strength of our award-winning culture and change management expertise to support employees while remote. Our Living Lab outlines 5 steps to reach long term employee engagement.
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Here are a few examples of how we’re helping clients prepare for the future of work.
Nonprofit: Impact Statement
Eagle Hill worked alongside the leadership team of a national museum to develop and manage implementation of a reopening strategy after its COVID-19 shutdown that was both comprehensive and responsive to rapid change.