Hybrid teams are comprised of a mix of employees where some are in the same work location as their manager and/or teammates while others work at a different location on/off campus. This is not a new practice for the university, and it continues to evolve to meet the needs and expectations of current and future employees. This panel discussion brings together managers who have successfully led hybrid teams over the years to share their experiences on building a high-performing team; communication best practices; maintaining an engaged, inclusive, and trusting team culture; and limiting ingroup/outgroup occurrences. Register online for the session on Aug. 5 from noon-1pm.
By the end of this session managers will have insights for managing a hybrid work team; learn recommended approaches for effective communication; understand the importance of setting appropriate expectations; and hear first-hand accounts and advice on building a high performing team based on trust, cultivating teamconnection, and ensuring equity and inclusion in all team practices and processes.
Moderator: Marilyn Bury Rice, Director, Lhota Office of Alumni Career Management
- Jacqueline Kirby Wilkins, Ph.D., Associate Dean and Director, Ohio State University Extension, Chair, Department of Extension, College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- Lindsay Heil, MBOE, RHIA, LSSBB, Associate Director, Student Life Student Health Services
- Max Treboni, Director of Service Operations, Office of the Chief Information Officer