Do you manage employees remotely? Is it harder to provide positive feedback or demonstrate gratitude for their contributions or when extending themselves under pressure to get something done before the deadline? Being mindful about regular, consistent feedback is critically more important in our new normal of remote and hybrid work arrangements. “Guilt Gratitude” is an easy trap to fall into these days, and there are some great insights on how to recognize and avoid it in this latest Inc. article. Click here to learn more.
Six Proven Strategies
There are so many benefits to having high employee engagement. Engaged employees translates to higher employee retention, higher productivity, better customer service, more creativity and innovation. Check out six proven strategies in this article: Click here to learn more.
Prioritize Growth and Development
Leading remote teams is hard. What’s getting harder is helping your team grow and develop new skills. With more employees working remotely opportunities for growth have decreased. Creating a culture of accountability may be a key success strategy. HRD Connect shares four strategies to foster a culture of accountability. Click here to learn more.
Humanize Productivity Tracking
Employees hate to be monitored. If you are a manager, there are ways to help employees be highly productive while working remotely that doesn’t require “machine monitoring”. Inc. Magazine shares three tips to engage employees that will increase productivity without the feeling of constant scrutiny. Click here to learn more.
15 Productivity Hacks for Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Managers from Forbes
Learn from the experts, Forbes Business Council members share their best hacks. Even if you use only one of these hacks, you will be increasing your productivity! Click here to learn more.