Hybrid working brings with it major challenges for managers. They face the double burden of managing their own home office situation and ensuring team spirit and smooth collaboration under completely new conditions. We have summarized the essence of four studies and helpful practical tips for hybrid leadership in a report on this topic.
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In order to master the new challenges, employees are needed who are loyal, resilient and flexible in their response to change. At the same time, this newfound willingness to change should not lead to a constant departure for new shores. In these dynamic times, companies must invest a great deal in the further training and development of their employees. It is therefore all the more important that they feel strongly committed to the company and do not fall into a persistent mood of change.
Understanding creates commitment! It is therefore worthwhile for both sides to understand the psychological mechanisms of action and to build a new leadership culture on them.
Hybrid working poses major challenges for managers. On this topic, we talked about the essence of four studies on home office and new work in our ExpertClub. We were joined by rheingold psychologist Birgit Langebartels and hybrid leadership expert Alexandra Altmann from virtu. Moderation: Ismene Poulakos
Study leader Birgit Langebartels, a graduate psychologist, is an account manager at rheingold and a proven expert in the field of youth, women and family. With her expertise, she is a sought-after keynote speaker and interview partner in the media.