Now let's meet Mandy. She is joining a team that will be working hybrid. She and her colleagues will have the flexibility to split their time between working in the office and working remotely.
Mandy is used to working in an office environment near her manager, firm leaders, and colleagues, so working hybrid is a new concept for her. She’s familiarized herself with the latest hybrid work policy and guidelines established by her organization – and the guidelines at her team level … but she’s still got several questions on her mind:
Mandy is wise to be thinking about these questions.
If you’re a manager like Charlie – or a team member like Mandy – it’s smart for you to be thinking about these questions, too.
In many ways, leading a hybrid team is different than leading a team that is entirely in the office or entirely remote.
And, if you’re a member of a hybrid team, there are specific actions you can take to remain visible, valued, and connected.
That's why we created the Hybrid Work Series, a targeted on-demand learning series that provides practical tips for both lawyers and staff to maximize both individual and team success.
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