The world has changed...
You have a rare opportunity to get ahead of the curve, rethink how your organization operates and build a new hybrid work model. A model that is fulfilling, inclusive and equitable for everybody.
Company-wide hybrid work is uncharted territory and there are many unanswered questions:
This five part hybrid work leadership course will answer these questions and more. It is the complete step by step blueprint to developing an effective hybrid work culture.
If you want to create a plan to build an effective hybrid work environment where your people can do their best work, and there are no advantages or disadvantages to where they work, then this is the course for you.
In this first module we explore what hybrid work is and what post-pandemic work will look like. We look at the advantages and disadvantages of the hybrid model. Why the lack of osmosis means you shouldn’t rely on a hybrid office and why you must build a remote-first hybrid work culture.
A hybrid work environment means some or all of our people will be working remotely, some or all of the time.
Integrating relevant remote work best practices into your operating model is vital to ensuring that your people are able to collaborate effectively in a hybrid work environment.
We explore the 9 remote work best practices and learn from successful companies like GitLab, Buffer, Hotjar, Zapier, Toptal, Basecamp and Automattic.
In this module you will start to develop a hybrid work model for your organization.
You will explore the suitability of your organization's current culture and understand the steps required to adapt it for the hybrid work model you want to build.
In this fourth module we develop a hybrid work plan.
We explore the six embedding mechanisms and how to use them to integrate remote first hybrid work into your company’s operating model.
We explore the typical mistakes most leaders make when it comes to embedding new ways of working and how to avoid them.
Remote team managers have different leadership styles to office-based managers and in this fifth module we take a deeper look at those differences.
We look at what the key requirements are for effective hybrid work leadership and what we can do to adapt to the challenges of a hybrid work environment.