Lecture, hybrid work management, and changes

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a dramatic shift in we organize work. For many organizations, this has meant moving to a hybrid work model, with some employees working remotely and others coming into the office. This can be a challenge for managers.

After Covid: Hybrid

The Covid pandemic has upended the workplace in nearly every industry. For many companies, employees work remotely, at least part of the time. This shift has presented new challenges for managers, who must find ways to manage a workforce spread out across different locations effectively. One of the biggest challenges is simply staying connected with employees. When everyone is in the same office, it’s easy to have impromptu meetings or drop by someone’s desk for a quick chat. But when employees work remotely, managers must be more intentional about scheduling check-ins and maintaining open lines of communication. In this lecture, hybrid work techniques and how to deal with these as managers are core.

Remote workforce

Additionally, managers must find ways to keep remote employees engaged and motivated. Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to these challenges; managers must discover what works best for their team. However, managers can successfully navigate the hybrid workplace by being open to new ideas and flexible.

Being a (new) manager in this era can be challenging, but managing a hybrid workforce can be successful with careful planning and communication. This hybrid work lecture also zooms in on the ‘soft’ side of managing.

Koen Blanquart delivering an inspiring lunch and learn session

Hybrid Work Lecture in the Lunch-and-Learn series

This 45-minute lecture in our ‘lunch-and-learn’ sessions gives insight into how we can be successful as an individual, as a team, and as an organization when we manage the unique benefits this way of working offers. In this lecture, Hybrid work stands central as a change agent for a better workplace.

Who is the target audience for this lecture?

We have developed this specific lecture for current and future managers with knowledge workers in small and large organizations. If you’re looking for other lectures, have a look at my keynotes and lectures page

What is the language of this lecture?

Koen can deliver this lecture in English, French, or Dutch (Flemish), depending on your preferences.

What is a lunch-and-learn session?

Lunch and Learn sessions with Koen Blanquart are inspirational sessions. The lunch is optional, but we’ll aim to give you new insights during a 45-minute talk, followed by 15 minutes Q&A.

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