Managers need training to lead remote teams—but most still haven’t gotten it

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In the last few years, many workforces have transitioned to remote settings and later into hybrid setups. Despite that dynamic shifting expectations of and environments for managers, a new study finds most people leaders haven’t been properly trained for this new reality.

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According to TechSmith Corp.’s 2024 Workplace Flexibility Trends Report—conducted in collaboration with Global Workplace Analytics and Caryatid Workplace Consultancy—nearly 75% of respondents indicated their employer has not offered managers specific training on leading remote and hybrid workers. The firms polled 900 U.S. leaders in HR, real estate, IT and product roles.

“The pandemic forced the

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