AbstractThe objectives of managing, whether it be remote or in person, is essentially the same. We still want engaged, motivated employees who are productive, efficient, and work well with their colleagues. The distance does create some new challenges and that invites us to adapt to be effective leaders. Some of the core issues to address include: good communication, appropriate supervision, helping people to feel a part of, project oversight and managing the distractions at home such as children, pets -- and even partners. As leaders, we need to provide clear direction, the necessary resources and information, some emotional support plus access for scheduled and impromptu meetings. Compared to managing in person, managing virtually has to be more intentional to be effective.
DescriptionSpringboard Unlimited, November 2022
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