Managing remote workers and the work has become a new challenge for many organizations. With little time to prepare for the sudden change in the work environment, business, operations and employee processes altered. What can leaders and organizations do to manage the remote work with their remote workers? And why does micromanaging lead to burnout?
If your company is in the middle of or planning to reexamine your communication arc, transform your culture, or restructure your internal communication, I am working with companies and their leadership teams – virtually – to:
– facilitate communication strategy sessions
– lead communications workshops
– train leaders on managing productive remote teams
– train employees on best practices for working remotely
Leaders are the pillars of the organizations they represent. Employees look to them to lead them through challenging times. If leaders are not present, employees become lost without direction. To lead a thriving business and teams, leaders need to have a consistent, visible, physical presence to encourage and inspire others. How can they achieve this during challenging times?
To effectively lead teams, leaders need to display compassion and empathy. They also need to be forward thinkers. But none of this is possible without being a good listener. What does being a good listener entail? Why does listening contribute to good leadership?