With the reality of shifting to hybrid work, there is no need to transition through the change, allowing teams to process their concerns and be ready mentally and emotionally. Through this program, we will outline the stages of transition and explore what we need to let go of, how to navigate the psychological no man's land between old and new ways of working, and to embrace our new sense of purpose and energy around hybrid work.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to navigate the transition in relation to returning to office in the Hybrid set-up
Discuss the Bridges transition model to process the change of returning to office and the hybrid set-up
Process our thoughts and feelings in relation to returning to work
Develop action plans on supporting your teams through the transition to Hybrid
About our speakers:
Partner, Management Strategies
Jolina Kahn is an HR Professional, Business Partner, Change Leader, Strategist, Futurist and Designer. She has had 18 years of international experience in Human Resources across different markets, including all of Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East, Turkey, Puerto Rico and Ireland. With a strong history in companies across various industries, she is well versed across all functions in HR as a generalist, has led the function as Head of HR and has managed as many as 40,000 employees as part of her scope.
As a facilitator, Jolina is most passionate about helping people and businesses grow and is what drives the work she does in Management Strategies.
Dax Cobarrubias Consultant of Management Strategies
Dax Cobarrubias is a leadership consultant specializing in Mindfulness. His curiosity around productivity was sparked by two books: Flow by Mihal Csikszentmihalyi and Deep Work by Cal Newport. Looking for a way to put these theories into practice he designed a mindful way of working called productivity sprints that would bring you to the Flow State on Demand.
Clients and fellow consultants have benefited from this method and he is excited to bring it to a wider audience.