Bryan Hancock, Bill Schaninger, Brooke Weddle and Lucia Rahilly
Culture in the Hybrid Workplace
The new normal corporate culture centers on employees and requires managers t0 lead hybrid teams.
In this McKinsey podcast hosted by Lucia Rahilly, three of its partners — Bryan Hancock, Bill Schaninger and Brooke Weddle — discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic-driven, work-from-home experience. To shape the inevitable hybrid workplace, they report, leaders must listen and respond to the concerns, ideas and aspirations of their employees, whether they flourish or struggle with remote work.
About the Podcast
Bryan Hancock leads McKinsey & Company’s worldwide talent practice. Bill Schaninger helps McKinsey clients with large-scale organizational and cultural change. Brooke Weddle heads the company’s Change Leadership Forum. All three are McKinsey partners. Lucia Rahilly of McKinsey Global Publishing conducted the interviews.
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