Leadership is about more than just having a title. It's about how you interact with your team, and how you bring out the best in them. In an organization, it's essential to think about how you will lead the way through the changes.
Over the last couple of years, the business world has seen immense change, one of the biggest being remote work. Now that we’re coming out of the pandemic, remote work certainly hasn’t gone away.
According to Future Forum, nearly 72% of employees said they never want to return to the traditional way of working and expect a hybrid-remote office model. So how will you continue to lead a successful team, and organization, going forward?
Keep reading this article to learn more about implementing a hybrid working model to build a solid corporate culture, achieve innovation, and solidify a successful future.
It’s no wonder so many employees would prefer a hybrid work environment moving forward. From better work-life balance to reconsidering what is imperative to your organization’s success, the trend of hybrid work can be a major component of your future.
The benefits of hybrid work are abundant and include:
Hybrid work affects every aspect of your business–your employees, your clients, your ability to lead, and your organization as a whole.
With meetings being taken from home, are we pushing the boundaries of the workplace relationship? It’s definitely something to keep in mind. We know the people that we work with professionally, and under some rare circumstances, we know them personally. Did we consider that many people show a carefully curated representation of themselves, a professionally-produced personality that could be difficult to maintain when working from home?
With this, there are additional cons to working from home, including:
As a leader, you also face cons. You have limited visibility into progress, you have less face time with your employees, and it can be difficult to recreate the same cohesive culture you have in person. It’s important to consider how these factors affect your organization and what you can do as a leader to limit the cons and benefit from the pros.
The hybrid workplace model seems to be an inevitable arrangement for organizations all over the world. Now that you’re aware of some of the pros and cons, how can you lead your hybrid team to success? How can you ensure your team is effective? How can you help limit the detriments that face your team and organization?
The answer to all these questions lies in learning to continually adjust your leadership approach. In an ever-changing business landscape, you have to be flexible, open to learning, and open to feedback.
At Adocera, we’ve highlighted four important shifts you can make as a leader to successfully lead a hybrid workplace team.
The hybrid workplace model can be hard to perfect. Everyone is still learning how to make it work for their organization and their goals–there’s no one-size-fits-all approach.
When you need support, our team at Adocera is here to help you. We’re a team of thought leaders and change catalysts focused on developing innovative business solutions. Visit our website to learn more about us and how we can help lead your organization to success.