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Working in Hybrid Teams Training

We are increasingly being asked by clients to run multiple training sessions within their organisations on the topic of  Working in Hybrid Teams.  It will be essential as we move into the new future of work environment that organisations give their employees the necessary skill to allow then to thrive in the new normal.

The Need for Working in Hybrid Teams Training

Recent developments in technology, coupled with the impact of the COVID crisis are reshaping the way we all work.  Nobody knows exactly what the future of work will look like, but most people recognise that organisations are unlikely to replicate the working patterns of the past and, therefore, the need for working in hybrid teams training is growing exponentially.

Employees who have historically worked with office-based teams will find themselves working in teams which are much more dispersed.  Team members and their leaders are likely to be working partly from an office environment and partly from other locations.

These shifts in working patterns will require everybody to reassess their approach to team working.  Team dynamics will change and team members will need to re-learn how to interact with both their leaders and other team members.

Our 90-minute webinar is designed to help team members address the key challenges they will face in this new environment and suggest strategies for transitioning to the ‘new normal.’

The webinar is a combination of input from a globally recognised expert on remote working and peer-to-peer discussions  which allow delegates to share experiences and ideas with other colleagues who are themselves finding their way in this new situation.

Course Programme

In this webinar-based programme the trainer focuses on 3 key elements of Working in a Hybrid Team environment:

Post Programme

The learning continues after the webinar itself through a series of targeted nudge messages aimed at asking people to continually reassess their own performance as the dynamics of the ‘new normal’ continue to develop.