Managing in the New World of Work

Managers are the driving force behind an organization’s ability to foster a sense of connectedness and motivation among its employees. Their every action, and even their inaction, sends a message.

That’s why I’m passionate about helping managers develop the interpersonal skills necessary to connect with each employee on a personal level. By doing so, they can cultivate a positive and productive work environment where employees are engaged and motivated to choose to work with you, in the office, and throughout the entire organization.


As we navigate the shift to a hybrid work world, many of the elements that once connected us to our organizations and defined our work experiences are now absent. This is why the role of managers has become more critical than ever.

In order to motivate and inspire their teams to take action, managers must operate from a place of authenticity and empathy. They must become managers from the heart, attuned to the unique needs and challenges of their people. Only then can they successfully harness the power of their teams and drive meaningful results in this new work environment.


The goal of this workshop is to help managers understand what motivates employees in the current work environment and provide them with a basket of tools to select from for each individual team member. The workshop will also focus on building a strong infrastructure for one-on-one conversations with each employee.


The workshop will begin by exploring the changes in the work landscape and how they have affected employee motivation. Participants will learn about the tools and resources available to connect people and work in the current era.

Next, a systematic methodology will be introduced for examining each tool and determining what questions need to be asked to tailor them to each employee’s needs. Managers will be challenged to consider the unique needs of each individual on their team and to determine what they can offer to support and motivate them.


The workshop will result in the creation of an infrastructure for one-on-one conversations with each subordinate, including a framework for exploring what managers may not know but should ask, what they may assume but need to check, and what they can offer to support their team members. By the end of the workshop, participants will have the tools and knowledge to build a highly motivated, engaged team capable of achieving success in the new world of work.

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Nirit Cohen

Nirit Cohen is an expert in the future of work, bridging the gap between emerging trends and practical solutions, providing valuable insights for careers, management, organizations, and broader societal systems.

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