The role of a hybrid team manager differs from traditional team management where the manager used to meet the team in the office on a daily basis. It requires many new competencies and skills. The lack of support, knowledge and possibility of exchanging experience regarding the best practice of leading hybrid teams may negatively impact employee efficiency and well-being, the managers’ effectiveness, and realising company goals. While working with organisations that have introduced the hybrid work model we distinguished four areas to which managers should pay particular attention in order to effectively manage them. Read the article to find out more!