What does hybrid working mean for the Nordic style of leadership?
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many workplaces have broadened their experience in the use of remote working and continue to allow for flexible working models with positive results.
Hybrid and telework present both managers and employees with new working methods, processes and forms of management which can affect their well-being. But while it is relatively easy to find recommendations for good distance management with focus on employee well-being, less is known about how managers experience hybrid-remote work.
This masterclass focuses on experiences with working from home and sheds a light on the well-being of both employees and managers. We will also provide some benchmarks for the development of distance management and consider the role of distance work in workplace strategy.
Hybrid-remote work is more than just geography. It is a change in how we plan and organize work, which can affect both performance and well-being. Associate Professor from DTU Management, Christine Ipsen, will shares results from their Danish and international studies on workplace experience to inspire managers and employees alike.