In modern work culture, remote management is a relatively new concept that has been intensified due to the new dynamics created by the quarantine and the advent of officeless companies. It is a form of leadership with its own perks, especially when it comes to a better work-life balance, fewer office expenses, and higher productivity, but, it also comes with many challenges, since the proximity that most people are used to, ceases to exist. Did you know that 15% of remote employee managers received no training on how to do so?
The issue is: remote work is now an undeniable reality. In a 2018 survey, 70% of employees around the globe said they work remotely at least once a week, which means that business leaders who are coordinating teams across multiple office locations or managing full-time remote workers, have to deal with a new set of challenges. This is why it’s common for managers to have doubts about their performances while leading remote workers. Do you have the same hesitation about remote management? How about finding out if you’re doing a good job with this flowchart?
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