Hybrid workplaces are now the working norm for many of us. And implementing a hybrid model can help boost collaboration, efficiency and productivity across teams, whether they are working onsite or remotely.
According to Annelie Xenofontos, Senior Workplace Strategist at Axiom Workplaces, “Hybrid can be a far more effective collaboration approach. The intention is to WORK together not just BE together. It’s a refresh of what it means to be together and collaborate in a productive workplace.”
But being successful at hybrid working is not going to be easy. As workplaces move to this new working environment, there will be a number of challenges for progressive leaders that need to be addressed, which involve culture, workplace technology, health and wellbeing, virtual collaboration and online security.
So, how do you create productive, efficient hybrid workplaces?
A successful hybrid workplace requires careful planning, a willingness to change things, and strong support from both remote and onsite teams. In this infographic, we focus on helping you deliver a workplace strategy that keeps both onsite and remote teams connected, engaged and productive within a hybrid working environment.