Many managers are now living in a remote-first business environment, and companies across the globe are giving employees the opportunity to work from home. Although the shift may have been swift, remote work is here to stay. And that’s a good thing.
But managers need to adapt and become better at managing teams of employees who aren’t sitting in cubicle row. Indeed, it’s time for those managers engaging with remote workforces to think strategically about how to improve productivity and ensure business continuity, all while keeping Thursday game and cocktail nights alive and well .
To keep teams