It is clear that the pandemic has altered the way we work in profound and lasting ways. This monumental shift in how, where and when we work requires a different mindset from employees and leaders alike. But what are the guiding principles that leaders will need to adopt in order to survive & thrive in a hybrid world?
In this podcast James Marsh and Melissa Paris discuss the core skills and behaviours required to successfully lead hybrid organisations.
Key discussion points:
- The new working landscape forged by the pandemic
- The key principles of Hybrid working
- Managing yourself before others
- Leading with empathy
- Trusting your employees
James Marsh, HRreview
A former HR manager, consultant and editor of HRreview, James now leads learning and development for ethical food retailer Planet Organic, including introducing and heading their apprenticeship programmes. For the last year, he has also been responsible for the company’s commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture, in which apprenticeships are already playing an important role.
James regularly hosts HRreview’s well received InsideHR webinars.
Melissa Paris, Lead People Scientist, Culture Amp
Melissa specialises in applying Psychology through HR technology, particularly in the areas of employee feedback, psychometrics, and workplace culture. Prior to Culture Amp, Melissa led both consulting and research and development teams. Today she works with some of Culture Amp’s largest and most innovative customers, helping them to drive their culture strategies, and enable every level of their business to act on people and culture data. Melissa regularly speaks and writes on the topics of company culture, employee feedback, and managing workplace culture through change and transform