LEADING DIFFERENTLY IN A HYBRID WORLD
Getting hybrid working right remains a challenge for many organisations. Their leaders seem at odds with employee expectations that hybrid working is here to stay: 67% of employees prefer a hybrid working arrangement, with access to a physical workspace. Furthermore, 73% need a better reason to go to the office than what the organisation policy says.
WHAT THE DATA SHOWS US
At Rythmik, we believe the future of working is hybrid and its success relies on supporting and empowering managers and their teams to decide how, where and when they should work. The positive impact of hybrid working is here for everybody to see:
Managers play a critical role in getting hybrid working right. They need new skills and practices to lead hybrid teams. With our extensive experience in this space, we are here to help managers and organisations make hybrid working a success.
WHAT IS HYBRID WORKING
To put it simply, hybrid working is a form of flexible working where employees have the option to work remotely and at a physical workspace. It provides a balance between the need for face-to-face interaction and the flexibility of working from home or other remote locations.
Hybrid working can take different forms and combinations. As the world emerged from the Covid pandemic, organisations have spent the last few years trying to define the right approach. One which addresses the needs, opportunities and preferences of employees, teams and the wider organisation.
EXPLORE OUR PRODUCTS
To help you navigate hybrid working and new ways of working, we have developed several products aimed at managers and organisations.
The Rythmik Dashboard helps you assess across your organisation
Use the hybrid working manager report at scale across your organisation by using our Rythmik dashboard.