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Leading Hybrid Teams: How Organizations Can Successfully Shift to the New World of Work

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On Demand

Duration: 1 hour

About the Webinar

A major shift is underway that’s fundamentally altering when, where, and how work occurs. As organizations confront new realities, hybrid teams are emerging as the primary way of getting things done. Hybrid teams present new challenges and new opportunities. But for right now, there’s a lot of uncertainty to navigate.

Organizations need to create clarity and equity around new policies and practices. Individuals face the prospect of major changes in their daily work lives as some return to the office, some remain remote, and others’ shuttle back-and-forth. And leaders of hybrid teams might be in the most daunting position of all.

Leading a team is difficult to begin with – now the prospect of accomplishing this in a new, more complex, more dynamic environment raises the challenge level – and the stress. At the same time, it’s a time full of opportunity. Organizations need to consider the importance of communication skills and truly listen to understand their people to build trust in the new hybrid world of work.

Acknowledging that there is no single answer, pushing decision making power to teams is enabling culture and process to be designed by workers and teams themselves. The question is, how best to do this?

What You’ll Learn

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What is new, different, and challenging about leading hybrid teams

  • A research-based framework for effective teaming in a hybrid environment

  • The critical role of core purpose and team agreements as a foundation for hybrid team success

  • Designing a healthy and productive culture, building relationships, and working across a now hybrid organization

Upskill your hybrid team with a customized learning journey for your leaders using our research-backed modules. Available leadership topics include Boundary Spanning Leadership, Coaching Skills, Collaboration & Teamwork Skills, Leading Virtual & Remote Teams, and more.

About the Presenters

Kelly Simmons

Kelly Simmons
Global Director of Consultative Solutions
Center for Creative Leadership

Kelly Simmons is Global Portfolio Lead for organizational development solutions, based out of CCL’s San Diego campus. She oversees the design and delivery of custom leadership solutions for our global corporate clients, and was lead faculty on the design of our Advancing Technical Women program. She also recently coauthored Beating the Odds: Winning Strategies of Women in STEM.

George Hallenbeck, Ph.D.

George Hallenbeck
Content Director
Center for Creative Leadership

George Hallenbeck is Content Director for the Center for Creative Leadership and oversees the creation of research-based content for CCL’s program and product solutions. Prior to CCL, George held senior-level product and innovation roles at Korn/Ferry. George is a recognized expert in the area of learning agility and has been engaged in research, product development, and client activities related to the topic for over 15 years. He has authored or co-authored 8 books including Compass: Your Guide for Leadership Development and Coaching and Learning Agility: Unlock the Lessons of Experience.

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