Hybrid Working For People Managers
This practical workshop has been curated for people managers and covers the essentials for line management in a hybrid working environment including communication, managing performance and wellbeing.
Hybrid working has the potential to benefit your people as well as the productivity of your organisation, but only if your line managers have the confidence, skills and practical tools.
So, if your organisation has decided to embark on a hybrid future, this workshop will help you ensure your line managers have every chance of making it a success.
The workshop covers:
The opportunities and challenges of managing hybrid teams. You will explore the potential pitfalls of hybrid working - how to ensure processes are fair and equitable for everyone in your team and how to keep people connected. This includes delving into examples of approaches other employers have taken to hybrid to gain a better understanding of successful hybrid working.
- 2.5 hour group session
- 6-8 People Managers per group
We can support multiple sessions as part of a company wide flexible working strategy roll out, or work with larger groups. Get in touch now to book your session.
Line managers will leave with:
- Clarity on the organisational parameters of hybrid working
- Knowledge of how to create the right environment for the team to flourish with a hybrid approach
- Understanding of how to manage difficult conversations
- Clarity on the opportunities and benefits in relation to:
- Communication and collaboration
- Individual approach/ Not one size fits all
- Team Support
- Managing expectations
- Boundaries and etiquette
"During the pandemic our Chief Executive, Geoff Leask, said and repeated many times to the team “we will not be going back to how things were”. This attitude and enthusiasm drove our need to improve and evolve our working practices. The passion and experience of Flexibility Works was pivotal in helping us keep that promise to our team. They led our management team through group workshops, ensuring the needs of our people were heard and considered, and that we took the time needed to get our approach right.”
Michelle Lynden, Finance HR Manager, Young Enterprise Scotland