Defining a hybrid workplace model

Explore some of the key areas and tools HR leaders will need to adapt in order to successfully implement hybrid working environments.

The future of the office is hybrid working

COVID19 has changed how, where and when we work and to remain fit for purpose the workplace needs to evolve.

The question is, how will workplaces and workplace strategies need to change in order to support this shift?

How do you begin to build a hybrid workplace?

Organisations will need to ensure they’re providing the correct working environments and the implementation of new tools and policies designed to enable employees to access workspaces easily and quickly.

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  • The practicalities and intricacies of hybrid working
  • What it means to focus on employee experience
  • The tools and solutions available to ensure a smooth transition period
  • The long term value of leveraging occupancy data to ensure workplaces are fit for purpose

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Hybrid work environments require inter-departmental collaboration and new systems that enable employees to work how, where and when they choose

The pandemic has changed our relationship with work and in order to not be left behind it is critical that business leaders listen and act on employee needs.

Traditional 9-5 work settings are a thing of the past, as employees have demonstrated their ability to work remotely. Now, employees expect the choice to decide what environment is best suited for their tasks at hand. As a result the way people interact with the office will change.

Employee UX is pinnacle to hybrid working

Hybrid working provides employees with this flexibility. It is fundamental that business leaders not only ensure that their workplace facilitates all types of work, but that they are easily accessible. Above all else, organisations have the responsibility to provide a safe and controlled environment for employees to return too.

In this video, Sue Warman and Emma Dutton share guidance on how to start the change process and the tools available to ensure a smooth transition to hybrid working and its continuation.

Learning outcomes

  • Why employee experience should be central to change processes
  • What priority areas HR leaders should focus on
  • Understand what tools to leverage and their purpose
  • Why inter-departmental collaboration is vital to success
  • How to leverage occupancy data to ensure your office remains fit for purpose and resilient in the future

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Putting employee experience at the centre of hybrid work plans

Emma Dutton
Emma Dutton

Leadership Development Expert and Coach at Leopard LDL

Leopard - Leadership Development Learning

Emma has developed and delivered complex change programmes across multi-national organisations, having worked within IT and Telecommunications industries as an HR professional for more than 20 years.

Sue Warman
Sue Warman

VP People at AICPA & CIMA

AICPA CIMA - Leaders in public and management accounting

With 25 years experience in HR Leadership and Executive roles, Sue is responsible for driving positive change with a focus on identifying real issues and working with leaders to create successful and compelling organisations.

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