Many headlines opine that while employers want workers to return to the office, employees are dragging their heels. Hybrid work models that have emerged during the past two years seem the likely compromise.
The Association for Talent Development defines a hybrid team as one where a manager oversees employees who work from a central office or location as well as employees who work remotely at another location. It can also include workers who rotate between being in the office or at another location, such as individuals who work in the central office three days a week and remotely two days a week.
According to recent research from McKinsey, the majority of organizations expect their number of hybrid teams to either remain the same or increase in the next five years. But are managers prepared to lead and oversee hybrid teams for the long term? What do they need to excel?
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