Develop the potential of your hybrid teams 💪

→ Join this webinar on the top habits of succesful hybrid collaboration

Years into the pandemic, most teams have yet to work on building a new hybrid team culture. Organisations and teams need an actionable framework to consciously set up hybrid teams for success.

Research shows that many hybrid teams experience:

  • …  a lack of connection and informal interaction
  • …  a lack of psychological safety with team members tending to shy away from challenging each other
  • … a lot of team stress and a sense of exhaustion
  • … greater staff turnover

We surveyed over a hundred teams and derived insights into which team habits and rituals are key to build psychological safety, well-being, and performance in a hybrid work setting. Our TeamMind training has given us insights into how these behavioural habits can be systematically and sustainably anchored in teams.

Join us for this webinar!
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Thursday November 29, 2022
10:00 – 11:00 (GMT)
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The top 6 interaction habits to know about

Our conclusion: There are 6 categories of team habits that promote high performing hybrid teams.
Implemented appropriately they will increase:

Job satisfaction and motivation

Innovation and team agility

Team wellbeing

What to expect in this webinar?

In this webinar "Develop the potential of your hybrid teams", Dr. Silke Rupprecht (Head of Research/Awaris) and Chris Tamdjidi (Co-Founder & Managing Director/Awaris) will present our data on team success.

They will address the following questions:

  1. What core competencies are required for teams to function at their best?
  2. What aren't most hybrid teams doing yet, even though it would greatly benefit them?
  3. Which team habits can specifically boost performance, team well-being, and psychological safety?
  4. How can new team habits be anchored?
  5. What might the future of hybrid work look like?

About The Speakers

Chris Tamdjidi

Founder/Managing Director Awaris

Chris Tamdjidi started his career as a Physicist, before changing direction into the world of business and management consulting in Europe and Asia.  His lifelong interest in mindfulness and the sciences of the mind matured. He co founded Awaris, a company active in 15 countries helping people cultivate resilience, collaborative mindset and balancing care and performance.  Awaris helps companies pilot and rollout large scale programs to transform minds and hearts.

Dr Silke Rupprecht

Head of Research

Silke is Research Lead at Awaris and Inner Green Deal and a lecturer at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. As Head of Research at Awaris, Silke is primarily responsible for developing evaluations. She is responsible for communicating in-house research insights and TeamMind training.

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Why Awaris: experts for mindfulness in the team

TeamMind is our latest program to help you rebuild faltering team performance in and after the crisis. Because the experience of many companies in the pandemic is:

  1. In many cases, virtual working has made communication worse.
  2. Too much news on too many channels lead to unproductive information overload and stress.
  3. The lack of informal exchange has become a problem.
  4. Too many meetings dampen motivation.
  5. Lack of involvement alienates team members from each other.
  6. Harmful silo thinking has increased.
  7. Team leaders are challenged more than ever before, with no development of their skills for virtual and hybrid working.

A study we conducted with the Boston Consulting Group showed that by solely improving the individual well-being of team members we increased the collective intelligence of teams by 13 percent. And our pilot evaluation of TeamMind additionally showed that embedding new behaviors in the team increased psychological safety and connectedness.

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years experience in mind training

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years of experience in team development

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research papers and meta-analyses went into the development of the teamMIND model and trainings