Hybrid working is also not the same set of Telemarketing List rules and agreements for everyone. Photo of person sitting on the floor against the couch with laptop on his lap Hybrid working means choosing, on 3 levels So what is hybrid working? I wrote Telemarketing List about it before: hybrid working is mainly about making choices. In principle, 7 questions are relevant to determine how your hybrid works: Why: what do I want to achieve? What is the purpose of Telemarketing List my task or assignment?
How: how do I do the work? What Telemarketing List agreements and processes are there? What do I work with, which tools, and which apps and Telemarketing List systems do I need? Who: with which people do I work? In what shape? What are everyone's needs, expectations and personal preferences? When do I do that work? On what day and what time? Where Telemarketing List do I do that work is the last question.
Moreover, the answer to this is mainly Telemarketing List determined by the answers to the other questions. And you make those choices on three levels, namely: (a) individually, (b) perform of cooperation as well as (c) for the entire Telemarketing List organization. I explain all three. a. Hybrid working for individual employees Hybrid working requires individual employees to have a sharp view of their own work. It requires a critical look at Telemarketing List the work itself, at the resources they use, at work processes and at the 'load' they place on resources and especially on their colleagues.