COVID-19 has made remote work the new normal for the foreseeable future. This is uncharted territory for a lot of us but the human challenges of telework and virtual meetings are nothing new.
This guide will help you to understand and navigate the human traps that can sabotage the remote work experience for supervisors and non-supervisors alike.
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Leadership is hard but the right leadership always starts with understanding and empowering people. Everything else is trial and error, a manageable challenge. But we don’t manage people, we lead them.
In the age of Coronavirus, leaders are, in some ways, making it up as they go. This is okay because there are no prescriptive answers, no blueprint for leading in crisis.
Instead, there are (5) leading principles that, if followed, truly enable sound crisis management and improved employee morale.
We did a deep dive into workplace culture in 16 organizations over 9 years and we found the SAME 6 complaints, DESPITE 3 constant changes. 😲
These are data points but what do they tell you? What do they REALLY tell you?
More importantly, are you investing resources without really knowing? After all, you train, you communicate more, you restructure, and the SAME 6 complaints remain.
I know what you’re thinking … it’s a trap….yet another company that is going to tease the “goods” without giving you the whole answer.