The global pandemic has been hugely disorientating – it has torn up the rule book, shaken up life as we know it, tested governments and placed enormous pressure on economies all over the world. We are now living through a period of sustained uncertainty and fear.
One certainty in these unprecedented times - human potential in the workplace is enormous. However, remote teams are notoriously hard to manage and this alone may be putting some leaders off. But making a success of remote teams is easy if you know how. A focus on listening to employees and investment in the right digital tools is key.
This paper offers insights into how we bridge the gap between the old world and the new one – giving managers the knowledge, skills and resources they need to keep their people happy, focused, and productive.