Hybrid / Digital Work

A good Internet connection and a steady power supply - that's all it takes to work from anywhere at any time. But if the last few years have taught us one thing, it's that this newfound freedom, flexibility and autonomy of the hybrid working world isn't all rosy. No, it also brings with it some new challenges - especially for managers - that need to be addressed.

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  • How do I bring participants together in meetings, both on-site and remotely, so that everyone feels equally listened to and engaged?
  • How can I successfully lead and develop my team members remotely?
  • How can I achieve a cultural shift from control to trust?
  • What structures, processes, and tools need to be implemented to ensure smooth day-to-day work?
  • How do I keep communication, motivation and the feeling of togetherness in the team high despite distance?

  • Retrospectives with teams on hybrid collaboration. What works? What doesn't? What is needed for good hybrid collaboration?
  • Coaching managers to rethink traditional work standards and leadership styles (e.g., fixed work hours, control by manager, redundant meetings).
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  • Strengthening methods for conducting engaging workshops/meetings/events in hybrid environments
  • Promoting sharing platforms and introducing a healthy conversation and meeting culture


Empowered and self-reliant employees

Assured productivity in the teams

Flexibility as a benefit in the war of talents

Optimized communication and processes

Healthy conversation and meeting culture

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