In the last year we’ve all become adept at working remotely, attending Zoom meetings and the twice a day commute to work became a distant memory. Hybrid working is now the new reality for many of us.
Successful hybrid working is much more than providing equipment or technology. It’s about building trust and focusing on culture, both of which become even more difficult as teams spend less time together. According to Gallup, “It’s through the employee experience that organizations can sustain that culture, regardless of where an employee may work. And by focusing on creating the virtual and hybrid employee experience, organizations will empower and inspire all employees to do their best work.”
Join us at our next HR Matters Event on 8 July 2021 from 08.30 to 10.30 (UK time).
But there’s no “one size fits all” approach to the homogenisation of the employer brand experience. Why should employees stay? Why should they join? For legacy staff their team bonds will have sustained them over the last year as they hold onto the culture of their pre-pandemic organisation. But those newly recruited and having to integrate remotely are finding things challenging. Aligning all to purpose, team and organisational culture in a hybrid workplace is murky and fraught with difficulty. And in the middle of this are HR who are responsible for keeping the employee experience alive and thriving.
In this session we will explore how to develop culture in a hybrid workplace, in particular:
- How do we build and maintain an inclusive culture in a hybrid workplace?
- How does hybrid working impact on your leadership and management skills development?
- What does all of this mean for HR?
This is a free of charge forum for HR, L&D and OD professionals. To reserve your place, complete the booking form.
HR Matters Forum
– Revitalising your People in Extraordinary Times
At Roffey Park Institute, we can support, develop, and help HR Senior Leaders and their teams, as they learn from their experiences over the past 12 months and forge the way forward for HR professionals as the post COVID-19 world of work begins to emerge.
From our work with HR, L&D and OD professionals over many years, we know that HR and related professionals appreciate meeting and networking with their peers who are facing similar challenges. Our regular HR Matters events provide the opportunity to network, exchange ideas and learn together.
Contact us to register your interest at one of these future events