From Remote To Hybrid Working: The Role of Leadership
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Your employees may have been spending quite a bit of time working away from the office lately. But to help foster personal relationships, and for other reasons, they may now be required back in the office, at least some of the time. This is called hybrid working, and it’s going to take some getting used to. They’ll need the support of a manager or leader to get them through this difficult time.
Hybrid working is still new, and many workers have only adjusted to remote working. To successfully navigate this change, robust leadership is vital. This course will show you how to transition your workers from remote to hybrid and what type of leader you should avoid being.
The 4 types of hybrid leader
The role leadership plays in the transition from remote to hybrid work
How to transition your workers from a remote to a hybrid way of working smoothly and effectively
Why your teams need this course
This course, suitable for anyone in a management or leadership position, will explain the role leaders take in the transition from remote to hybrid work. You’ll learn which of the 4 types of hybrid leader to strive for and which to avoid as your team changes from remote work. You’ll also learn hints and tips to help your team transition as smoothly as possible.
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