Understanding how hybrid working is affecting leaders

Leaders everywhere are struggling with the challenge of remote working. If you are a leader in Melbourne or Sydney, chances are you are working from home. In other parts of the world, you may use a hybrid model.

Either way, leaders face multiple challenges.


Many people report that clients and management still expect as much, if not more, output from remote teams than when they were in house. Those expectations are unrealistic.

Mental health

Mental health is also a rising challenge. Last year, Mental Health First Aid England reported that one in six workers will experience depression, anxiety or problems relating to stress at any one time.

Positive culture

It can be quite difficult to maintain positivity and an innovative culture when teams are working from home or in a hybrid model with the challenge of managing the boundaries between work and home life.

Support network

Many leaders also believe they are missing out on opportunities to network and collaborate with other leaders. As a result, they are struggling to find fresh ideas while being locked away from the world.

Your views

I would love to hear your views if you could complete a quick survey here (less than one minute). 👏

I will come back to you with the results.

🙋 What is the main challenge leaders face with working from home/hybrid model?🙋‍♀️

Best Regards, Brian