Solving the complicated puzzle of having your people working remotely and the need to keep them productive and engaged, may strike you as an insurmountable proposition, a gargantuan task for which there is no clear answer.
That’s where the Leader comes in.
By being assertive and in control, a good leader will ensure that questions like “What do you need? How can we help?” don’t go unasked and, concordantly, don’t go unanswered. Asking questions is the first step to building a productive workplace environment – that goes for remote work as well as in person.
Being able to talk as a group, to problem-solve, to meet – even if remotely – will avoid the feeling of isolation and powerlessness and will bring upon new ideas, new ways to deal with issues, and new personal connections where only a cold business relationship used to stand. Just remember, listening to everyone in order to find solutions is something that leaders can only do if they give others the opportunity to speak – so don’t be afraid to sit back and listen!
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