It might take several rounds of testing before you find a system that works for you and your organisation. You will probably make some mistakes, but that’s fine. As long as you learn and build on what you’ve learned, you will succeed.
Hybrid working encourages personal autonomy. Autonomy builds resilience, supports mental health, prevents unhealthy stress and burnout, and helps to create a more inclusive work environment.
A hybrid workplace can be described as the best of both worlds, in relation to psychological safety.
Change should not be forced on the workforce, especially a diverse group of people. Psychological safety requires teams to build a sustainable company culture and commit to looking after this safety.
Organisations need to make an even greater effort to make sure that everyone is treated equally from the start.
Diversity, collaboration, and curiosity are all factors that allow an organisation to thrive. The goal of a team is to bring out the best in everyone and feel comfortable enough to share any gaps in knowledge so that others can help fill them.