Working wherever and whenever you want is a dream that is now beginning to become the new reality. All the same, this may take some getting used to for many organisations. There are numerous variations in the extent to which people alternate between the office and home workplace. How can you ensure that employees feel supported by management to make their own choices, while at the same time ensuring effective cooperation and the desired results?
Now that both employees and employers are benefiting from (partial) remote working, many organisations are setting up a structured hybrid working environment. In order to take full advantage of all the opportunities offered by hybrid working, it is important to establish suitable frameworks and guidelines for employees. Functioning optimally in a hybrid working environment requires more than just good Wi-Fi and an ergonomic office chair at home. As a manager, the extent to which you facilitate your employees in making choices is just as important. After all, hybrid working requires different skills and mutual agreements from employees and managers alike.
In this white paper (available in Dutch only), Professors Katleen de Stobbeleir and Karlien Vanderheyden examine how you—as a leader—can successfully implement the hybrid working model within your organisation. The white paper provides a practical guide on how to optimally fulfil your managerial role in the new reality of hybrid working.