Webinar: Making the Shift to a Hybrid Working Model

The votes are in and inevitably a majority of organizations will be shifting to some version of a hybrid working model in the latter part of 2021 / early 2022. In the rush to dust off office desks and prepare for a more collaborative, yet safe, working space, many leaders might be overlooking some of the crucial factors to make the transition smooth, and provide a productive and inclusive working environment for all employees once you get there. Additionally, leaders will need to think about how to encourage the optimal culture to drive productivity, managers will need to adopt different techniques to manage a distributed workforce, and employees will need to reassess how capable they are in thriving in this new world.

In this quick webinar you’ll learn about:

  • The insights on how to create a working environment that enables all employees to thrive
  • The early lessons learned from leading organizations
  • How to make your hybrid model a success that allows you to win the war on talent

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About the presenters

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Michelle Mahony
Senior Principal


Michelle Mahony is a Senior Principal at Daggerwing Group. She is passionate about helping organizations navigate through transformational change, with an eye towards creating leaders and employees who are energized, rather than exhausted, by the opportunities change creates. Within this context, she helps clients foster cultures that deliver the desired experience for customers and enable employees to thrive, and she co-creates inspiring yet down-to-earth solutions to solve organizational challenges. In her spare time, she enjoys singing 70’s pop songs badly while playing her ukulele, buying old musty records and spending tons of time in the woods and on snowy mountains.

Malek El Refaie


Malek El Refaie is a Principal at Daggerwing Group. He works with clients to connect people to their businesses through breakthrough change, employee engagement, and change strategies that impact business performance. Leveraging his background in M&A and human resources consulting he supports rapid and sustainable change management – helping people to quickly understand, act and ‘live’ new behaviors in the face of significant transformation.