The workplace we were familiar with a year ago is no longer there. A new model has taken its place, still being defined, and developed even as it is being put into action. This so-called distributed workforce paradigm, which combines working from home with working in the office, is no longer a thing in the future; It's here already, and it's here to stay. With the new acronym: Hybrid workplace, it's up to us to make sure we have the correct teams in place and that the support, structure, and viability of those teams contribute to increased engagement and, ultimately, higher productivity and profitability.
Leaders worldwide have altered their management approaches to enable remote and hybrid teams since COVID-19 shattered the typical 9-to-5 workweek. As we near the end of the second pandemic year 2021, it's evident that there will be no going back to pre-pandemic norms: 90% of HR leaders expect remote work to continue for at least part of the time.
What is Hybrid Leadership?
Researchers and consulting firms worldwide have dubbed the hybrid workforce model the "future of work." This ongoing transition in operating has prompted concerns about today's leaders' skills, attitudes, and talents. Leaders need to change their leadership styles and develop their skill sets to match the demands of this new environment.
・Before the pandemic:
Hybrid Leadership was defined as a management style that combined conventional male and female leadership styles to lead authentic, empowered, open, collaborative, strategic, visionary, and collaborative. It also emphasized the development of leaders' emotional intelligence in addition to their commercial acumen.
・After the pandemic:
Hybrid Leadership definition has expanded to include a broader range of characteristics that assist managers in getting the most out of employees in remote, in-person, and hybrid teams.
In this webinar, we will shed light on the importance of the self-awareness of the leadership behavioral style of each and every leader. We will talk about different leadership styles and how each of them impact team members.
If you’d like to learn more about hybrid workforce and how can leaders handle a hybrid workplace both on the individual and team levels, then this webinar is for you.
About LIFO® Leadership
The LIFO Leadership approach and philosophy are based on discovering Your Leadership Style. There is no one "right" or "best" way to lead. Leaders are most effective when they tap into the unique mix of values, goals, and strengths that drive their best performance—and these are different for different people. Becoming the most effective leader you can be, will take you on your unique journey, one that begins with understanding, appreciating, and capitalizing on the many leadership qualities you already possess.
Highly Recommended for
- Leaders, Managers who are managing teams in hybrid workplaces who are seeking solution addressing the challenges accompanying Hybrid Leadership
- Coaches, Trainers (Internal and External) and consultants who are seeking adding new tools into their portfolio addressing the recent challenges that their clients are facing.
February 21, 2022
07:00AM - 08:00AM Los Angeles
10:00AM - 11:00PM New York
04:00PM - 05:00PM Paris
11:00PM - 12:00AM (+1) Singapore
12:00AM - 01:00AM (+1) Tokyo