Leading a Hybrid Team

With teams across the University working wholly or partially from home and flexibly, a trend that is set to continue, the manager’s role finds itself encompassing a whole new set of considerations, tools, practices etc in leading and motivating their team. This workshop explores some of these, whilst not losing sight of the key, fundamental skills which make for effective leadership.

This course involves pre-course reading and/or work which you should be able to complete in around 30-60 minutes.

Target Audience:

This workshop is for any line managers who find themselves in the position of leading and managing teams who are working from multiple and/or remote locations and who would benefit from exploring some effective strategies, approaches and principles that come into play in these circumstances.

During this workshop, there will be an opportunity to:

  • discuss and understand why high performing teams and effective team working are important and how these can positively affect teams’ achievements
  • identify some typical characteristics, styles and practices of line managers within a high performing team
  • explore some factors and challenges associated with teams working remotely
  • discuss a range of strategies aimed at ensuring communication, engagement and motivation are just as effective when leading remote teams

To view dates, times and to book a place or add your name to the waiting list for this workshop please login to the HR Self Service Portal