Lynda Gratton

With hybrid working hours it is quality not quantity that matters

In a world where constant connectivity has become the norm, it’s crucial to address the impact on our well-being and mental health.

While the idea of a “right to switch off” seems appealing, the real solution lies in accommodating hybrid work and building trust.

Good managers understand the importance of engaging their teams, focusing on outcomes, and creating performance management that supports flexibility.

Prof. Gratton explores these ideas in more detail in her newest column for the Times.