Building hybrid teams: How to be effective with both remote and co-located employees
Belle Walker
Founder and Lead Consultant (previously Director of Engineering)
Belleview Consulting
After transitioning from traditional, office-based operations to fully remote work in 2020, many organizations will be entering a new mode in 2021: hybrid collocated and distributed teams. Blending remote and in-person interactions poses a new set of challenges, often requiring specifically adapted solutions. Span of Control, Team Building, and other fundamental elements of organizational structure must be reconsidered in the hybrid context. Information and guidance abound for remote collaboration and the physical safety aspects of returning to the office but thriving in a hybrid state requires targeted planning. This talk walks through basic best practices, tips, and tricks for leaders ready to think about hybrid teams in the new light they deserve.
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