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Leading Hybrid Teams

Hemsley Fraser


£750 inc VAT
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Online + live classes
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3 hours · Full-time
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In the wake of Covid-19, the hybrid workplace - one in which some employees are co-located in an office and others are working remotely - presents challenges for managers. Employees’ needs are always varied. But now, as we navigate returning to workplaces, our team members are likely to be dealing with different situations. As leaders, how do we manage these various circumstances whilst being inclusive. What measures can we put in place to ensure that our employees in the workplace are equal to those working from home? How do you remain flexible given that plans may alter at any time? And how do you help your employees manage their stress levels and wellbeing through this transition? In this topic we give you the tools and resources to help you navigate managing your hybrid team


Hybrid working is no longer a benefit, but an expectation. Done well, hybrid working can be agile, engaging, inclusive and future-focused. Done badly, it will be frustrating, isolating and clunky.

Hybrid working fundamentally disrupts how we work, so leaders need to re-learn how to lead in this hybrid world. You create the conditions for your team to succeed, you are the guide, the role model.

Fortunately, there are also some key things you can do to make a real difference for you and your team.

By the end of this course you will:

  • Discover how leading a hybrid team shifts how you lead, and how it doesn’t
  • Know what really matters when engaging and motivating individuals in a hybrid team
  • Consider how to foster trusting relationships and collaboration within your hybrid team
  • Learn about best practice communication with your team, making the most of team meetings

Who is this course for?

Is it right for me

  • Are your team working across different locations, at different times, or both?
  • Are you trying to make the best use of times and spaces available to achieve the work outcomes needed?
  • Are you worried about your team being isolated, less engaged, or less informed?
  • Are you curious about how to adapt your style to be the best leader you can be?

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