Together with the Association of Danish Lawyers and Economists, DJØF, and a group of management experts, IDA has prepared a series of themes with tips and tools to help you organise hybrid work in the best way possible as a manager. The first theme on this page focuses on relationships and trust in hybrid collaboration, i.e. organisations in which some employees are present in person and others digitally.
All elements and tools on this page were prepared with Lars Pedersen, the author of the books Er der en leder til stede? (Is there a manager present?) and Samarbejde - hver for sig (Collaboration - when working apart) and senior consultant at Pitstop Management. This page includes:
Our forms of collaboration changed after the Covid-19 pandemic, and they will keep developing. When you meet in new constellations, you should have a dialogue about how to best work together.
You can do as follows:
Start by watching the video with Lars Pedersen to get a general idea of the challenges and possibilities of hybrid forms of collaboration.
"Knowledge sharing is gold in cross-cutting collaboration, but when you are spread across many workplaces, you can end up in mental silos," writes Lars Pedersen in this article.
You can share the article with your staff before your dialogue meeting, so that you have a common preunderstanding when talking about hybrid forms of work.
Read author and consultant Lars Pedersen's tips on how to build good relationships and trust when some employees work from a distance, and perhaps share the article with your staff before you talk about the reopening, so that you have a common starting point to talk about.
Download the two tools here. Trust formula 1 - version for the manager's own reflection: you can use this to prepare before meeting your team. Trust formula 2 - dialogue tools: you can use this when you meet in your team as described previously.