Leading Hybrid Teams

Leading a hybrid team is like leading any other team, only more so…

Hybrid teams, consisting of a mix of on-site and remote employees, require leaders to master a unique set of skills to ensure success. In addition to the typical challenges faced when managing co-located teams, managers of hybrid teams must skillfully navigate an intricate web of communication and structural barriers to foster engagement and team cohesion.

Our workshop covers the fundamental principles of effective team leadership while placing a special emphasis on conquering the specific challenges inherent to leading hybrid teams.

Results You Can Expect

  • Improved communication and collaboration across hybrid teams
  • Increased job satisfaction and engagement for remote workers
  • Mitigate the potential for greater misunderstanding and conflict that occurs on hybrid teams
  • Greater levels of accountability and team-wide results
  • Improved self-awareness about own style when leading any team

Key Focus Areas

  • Diagnosing the effectiveness of one’s own team
  • Phases of team development
  • Communication and meetings in the hybrid environment
  • The 5 dysfunctions of a team
  • Building trust and resolving conflict on hybrid teams
  • Fostering commitment accountability on hybrid teams
  • Roles, responsibilities and decision making
  • Maintaining a focus on team-wide results
  • Using guiding principles to improve team culture

Target Audience

This workshop is relevant to leaders at all levels that manage hybrid teams either directly or indirectly (e.g. project managers).

If the focus is more on team members (versus leaders), please see our High Performance Team Member workshop.

If you are interested in developing teamwork with an intact team, please see our Team Optimization facilitation.

Formats – more

In-house (on-site or virtual)
  • ½-day workshop
  •  1-day workshop