Adam Grant

Organizational psychologist, professor, author
Adam Grant is a world-renowned organizational psychologist, a distinguished professor at the Wharton School of business, and the author of four New York Times bestselling books: Give and Take, Originals, Option B, Power Moves, and Think Again. His work has been lauded by publications like the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times as well as by several world leaders, including Daniel Kahneman, Bill and Melinda Gates, and Malala Yousafzai, for helping people find meaning and motivation at work. Grant also proliferates his philosophies through TED talks and keynote speeches, his podcast WorkLife , and his newsletter GRANTED .
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Flight Template Series: Navigating Hybrid Work

Re-Entry from Remote Work Interview

Organizational psychologist Adam Grant believes that this moment of workplace re-entry is the perfect time to get actionable feedback on what your team members liked and did not like while working during lockdown, and what kind of workplace they want to return to. Similar to exit interviews, re-entry interviews can surface surprising insights into what employees really think of their workplace in a remote or hybrid setting. Use this flight to learn from your collective experience and co-create what the future of work looks like.
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Types of Insights

Learnings and reflections from fully remote work

Alignment on beneficial aspects of remote work, and strategies to apply those to a hybrid model

Alignment on drawbacks of remote work, and strategies to avoid those in a hybrid model

Tangible ways to collaborate and connect with hybrid colleagues

Collaborate without groupthink