Leadership Practices for Successful Hybrid Working
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Outcome

To sum up, along with practising the conversations that lead to agreements within teams, this training will assist your future endeavors in:

  • Learning how to identify unconscious bias and what effect they have on your team
  • Managing zoom fatigue
  • Identifying tools that help take advantage of asynchronous technology

This webinar is designed for Hybrid Team Leaders. The duration of the workshop is 3 hours.

Due to the pandemic, many leaders became leaders of 100 % remote teams overnight. They needed to quickly adapt their leadership approach to strengthen the team, stay connected and achieve results. As companies change to the hybrid structure, leaders have the opportunity to learn the foundations of hybrid working to be intentional and effective in this new way of working.

Although many managers improved their capacity to lead remotely during the pandemic, they will now need to address some of the issues that make hybrid structure complex. The hybrid structure can be one of the most challenging because of exclusion issues, technology inefficiencies and leadership capabilities.

After this webinar, you will know:

  • The unconscious biases and issues of inclusion that can impact belonging in hybrid structures.

  • The purpose of location in regards to meetings, tasks and informal networks.

  • Matching the appropriate technology for certain tasks to be more effective, eliminate zoom fatigue and leverage asynchronous technology.

  • The necessary conversations to shift the team from frustrating assumptions to practical agreements.


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Organisations who trained with us

International Data GroupGilbert + Tobin LawyersSpecial Olympics InternationalBRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)KPMG BNY MellonSAYATVACitiL'OréalCree Inc. (Wolfspeed)UCB (Union Chimique Belge)Oxfam InternationalUSAIDSAPNRC (Norwegian Refugee Council)Alexion BT Group


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