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Leading hybrid-working

Ride the wave

With the rapid adoption of hybrid-working in many organisations, managers and staff have been experiencing the largest change in working arrangements for decades.  The large scale transition to hybrid-working has had far-reaching, operational implications, affecting individual, team and organizational resilience, which may ultimately affect performance and customer satisfaction.  

Effective hybrid-working leaders can help stop the surge of talent turnover caused by lack of fulfilment, trust, care and opportunity[1], and minimise the negative effects of task and relationship conflicts that remote or hybrid working can inadvertently bring [2] ​ This programme explores factors shown to found to be particularly important for effective hybrid working, including fairness and inclusion, trust and productivity, employee engagement and wellbeing; relationships and culture.

A typical leading hybrid working programme consists of: Initial consultation with the client; programme launch and development audit; individual & group coaching sessions; 4 x workshops; programme workbook; development activities; programme impact review.

Want to experience the expertise of Credibility Coaching Plus for yourself? Contact us today and let’s discuss what we can do together.

[1]PwC and McKinsey reports, (May 2022) [2] S.Sonenshein (April 2022)​

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