Building Trust, Collaboration and Productivity in Hybrid Teams

This is an open programme and an in-house training course. For further information and pricing contact [email protected] or phone on +44 20 7661 7817.

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Overview

Managing people is one of the trickiest roles any of us can undertake. In the context of hybrid team working, it really can be even more of a challenge. This model of working, where some people in your team are likely to be working from home at least part of the week, requires both tried and tested approaches to leading and working with your team, as well as new ideas. These include empowering your colleagues, providing extra support in all areas of activity and interaction, and building in as much flexibility as possible.

We will look at how to build trust and how to stay ahead of the game in terms of managing your team’s workload. We will also examine how you can influence productivity with regular channels of communication, and how to foster the spirit of collaborative effort when everyone is potentially located remotely from each other, or in a hybrid mixture on any given day, of remote and office-based locations.

Who is the seminar designed for?

This workshop will be helpful to managers at all levels who want to ensure that their different ways of working and their teams remain productive and feel supported. It is also designed for anyone working as part of a team and who wishes to ensure that they and their colleagues are working together and supporting each other to achieve their goals in whatever combination of contexts they have agreed.

How will you benefit from attending?

You will:

  • Learn how to use leadership skills and motivation theories to influence and manage others including tips on applying this to hybrid working patterns
  • Develop a better understanding of how to communicate regularly, supportively, and unobtrusively, so as to foster trust, collaboration and performance in your team, wherever they are based
  • Work through some approaches to guide the achievement of team goals when working remotely
  • Examine and understand how to build and motivate highly performing and collaborative teams in the context of hybrid working
  • Examine the transferability of the your skills and approaches into different organisational working practices so that whatever options suit your team, you can ensure that you are getting the best out of your colleagues while supporting them to the best of your ability

Learning outcomes

  • Understand how to empower and inspire your team in a hybrid context
  • Learn when and how to deliver tough messages sensitively in order to maximise performance and potential
  • Understand the psychological and logistical factors of remote working that may lead performance to dip for certain individuals
  • Learn effective approaches for managing problems that can arise in hybrid contexts
  • Understand how to support colleagues who may be experiencing difficulties, whatever their circumstances

Agenda

Session One Maintaining Performance and Productivity in Hybrid Teams
  • Performance is all about people
  • Why could performance and productivity dip in the context of hybrid team working? Facilitated discussion and analysis of logistical, communication, responsibility and psychological factors
  • Methodical approaches for setting goals and boundaries
  • Managing your own and your team’s expectations on remote working days
  • Techniques for adopting a supportive approach to team management
Session Two Communications
  • Communication structures for supporting and engaging with your colleagues
  • Analysis of the vital role of regular communications, clear messaging and listening to colleagues’ input to avoid problems building up
  • Approaches for handling colleagues across personality and productivity spectrums
  • Facilitated discussion
Session Three Fostering Collaboration
  • Approaches to leadership and influencing in hybrid team building
  • Leadership styles when leading and delegating – delegation as a tool for building trust
  • How to manage, inspire, persuade and build collective motivation
  • What is performance improvement v performance management? And why are these important in building collaboration?
  • Setting boundaries within collaborative effort
  • Discussion of delegates issues
Lunch
Session Four Motivating Hybrid Teams
  • Analysis of motivation theories and applying these to hybrid team working
  • How to engage effectively with your team when working in a hybrid blend
  • Approaches for inspiring and motivating
  • Delegates’ experience sharing
Session Five Managing the Feedback Loop Effectively
  • Using feedback as a tool for managing productivity and collaborative effort
  • The essentials of giving and receiving feedback
  • How to deliver it in the context of hybrid working
  • Leadership performance grid
  • Action planning
Close

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This is an open programme and an in-house training course. For further information and pricing contact [email protected] or phone on +44 20 7661 7817.

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.