2. Organize your tasks based on location
Specific tasks can be better completed in particular locations. Along with taking advantage of working from both home and in-office, you can also take advantage of splitting up work. For example, sending emails or preparing documentation could be more productively done while working from home. At the same time, work that involves your team being actively engaging is best suited for in-office days. You can also set up your team meetings while in-office if you've been missing those in-person interactions.
3. Set standards
Setting up hybrid workplace rules for yourself as an individual and communicating with your team to set up some standards will help keep everyone as productive and accountable as possible. Hybrid offices should share these standards with remote and co-located team members, and it's the leadership team's responsibility to be sure that these rules are per the company's policies/standards. Setting standards will help you remain responsible and accountable while enjoying the perks of flexible working.