Hacking your habits for hybrid work


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Some people couldn’t wait to get back to the office. Others needed a little more convincing. And for some of us, where we feel like working depends on how we feel when we wake up each morning! As COVID restrictions have eased over the last few months across the country, many of us have pulled out our iron, dusted off our fancy pants, and re-familiarised ourselves with our commute to the office.

But if you are feeling slightly… resentful… about that commute, feeling discombobulated by constantly changing where you complete your work, or are just looking for some inspiration to re-set your habits, this is the masterclass for you.

Adjusting to hybrid work requires a change of habits. But this can be hard and can leave us feeling demotivated at work. Luckily there’s stacks of research on how to most effectively re-set your habits.

Join us as we share our favourite strategies on how to hack your habits for hybrid work. You’ll get the perfect dose of evidence-based insights with practical tips to apply straight away.

In this masterclass, Organisational Psychologist Charlotte Rush and Psychologist Sasha D’Arcy will introduce you to the latest insights from psychology and behavioural science to help shift your habits for hybrid work.

We will be covering:

  • How to inject more autonomy into your week, and feel a whole lot more satisfied with your hybrid ways of working.

  • Why asking for your own advice may be more helpful than going to someone else

  • Why you want to be a sheep… and follow the group!

  • How to make those unavoidable frustrations of hybrid work much more enjoyable

  • The power of commitment devices and how to use them to foster connection outside of the office

You will leave this masterclass with a stack of practical strategies and tools to hack your habits for hybrid work. You’ll be able to use these tools yourself, but also to motivate your team members as well. As always, there will be plenty of time for questions so come along prepared!

Event Details

Date: June 08, 2022

Start time: 07:45 a.m.

End time: 08:45 a.m.

Venue: Melbourne (AEDT) time via Zoom

Phone: (03) 9018 7455

Email: [email protected]