Session: Future Proof Your Workforce| Change The Mindset "Working Hard + Long is A Badge of Honor"
A strategy for tech companies to future proof their workforce is to change the company culture + mindset that overworking is a "badge of honor."
This mindset is subtle and most companies don't know it exists.
Leaders have an opportunity to be an example of what’s possible and highlight and shift the belief that “working hard and long hours” is a badge of honor.
Overworking, and the lack of balance between work and life is the #1 reason for burnout and women exiting the tech industry.
Post pandemic, the importance of our identities tied to our work has drastically reduced.
I have a neuroscience based cognitive behavioral Playbook teams can use to identify if this mindset exists, change your culture, and future proof your workforce.
- A few post pandemic workplace trends include a rise in people separating their "identity" from work, and a need for work/ life balance. You will learn how to think strategically about how to support these trends in your corporate culture.
- Learn how to identify the subtle and not subtle ways the mindset of "working hard/working long hours/long lists of deliverables" are impacting your culture, DEI, and retention efforts.
- Learn a simple neuroscience based Playbook you can start using immediately to change your company and or team culture, and directly impact DEI and future proof your workforce.
Sarah Moody is a tech veteran who has lived and worked in Silicon Valley for more than two decades.
In 2001, 3 weeks after being fired, Sarah decided to start her own business and never looked back. Since launching Customers Always First, a company that specializes in helping the top 200 global technology companies build their Customer Experience Programs, she has grown it 10X.
Sarah is also a certified confidence coach, creator of The Rockstar Program, host of the Rock Your Brain. Rock Your Life podcast, and author of the book Rock Your Brain. Rock Your Life.
When she’s not helping other women break free from their “insecure overachiever syndrome” she travels globally, and is the proud dog mom of Marley in San Francisco, California.
For more information, visit www.sarahmoody.com https://customersalwaysfirst.co/, or follow her @sarahlmoody on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Instagram.