The focus of this webinar is to help organizations and managers maximize their effectiveness in leading a hybrid teams. These seven points will be covered:
A major shift is underway that’s fundamentally altering when, where, and how work occurs. As organizations confront new realities, hybrid teams are emerging as the primary way work will get done and goals accomplished.
The term usually refers to a setting where some employees work remotely, some work on-site, and others work a combination of both. But for right now, there’s a lot of uncertainty on how to to navigate this new workforce.
According to a recent McKinsey survey, nine out of ten organizations plan to combine remote and on-site work going forward. If you are one of them, then this new way of working can be challenging — especially at first.
It’s likely to put an even greater strain on managers who will have to manage and support employees and build team communication and collaboration in new ways. Back in 2020, adapting to remote teams was difficult at first and there was a definite learning curve. Now in 2021 and beyond it’s essential that your managers understand how to effectively lead a flexible return to work
While there’s no one-size-fits-all model for a hybrid workforce, in this webinar your organization and leaders will learn the best practices to create a healthy, productive work culture for hybrid teams in this emerging new world of work.
Managing a hybrid team presents several challenges for managers, supervisors and team leaders. Some of these challenges might feel familiar if you’ve been managing remote teams. For instance, there could be an “us versus them” undercurrent among colleagues. There could also be communication, team engagement, and coordination issues affecting the quality and quantity of work. But there will be others such as:
If you are wondering how to reap the benefits of leading a hybrid team, while navigating around all of the potential pitfalls, then start by recognizing that you, like many leaders and managers, are in uncharted territory. Therefore, in this webinar you will learn key strategies to effectively manage the transition to hybrid work.
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