Team members are looking to their leaders for guidance and support as they navigate both new and existing challenges both personally and professionally.
Cultivating a “webcam-on” culture is imperative for leaders and employees.
In order to engage employees in a remote environment, leadership needs to be flexible and have effective communication skills.
As a leader, it’s on you to make remote working work for your team. How will you leverage what you experienced in 2020 to make 2021 a remarkable year?
For leaders, challenges presented by COVID-19 exposed their strengths and weaknesses in unexpected ways.
A great remote leader needs to have a heightened awareness of what’s happening within his or her organization remotely.
The virtual workplace often highlights the weaknesses of average or poor managers who must now lead geographically dispersed teams.
While remote work has its perks, including increased flexibility during such a turbulent time, L&D must ensure leaders have the tools they need to set their remote employees, and their organizations, up for success.
As remote work continues, managers will be acquired to adjust their leadership style to understand and meet the needs of digital natives. Just-in-time training for managers will enable them to incorporate a variety of new tactics to support this group.