Being proficient at managing remote employees requires a mental leap, especially for traditionally minded managers.
At first, business leaders, used to monitoring productivity based upon workers’ “desk time” and visible activity levels, may find a shift to remote work foreign and unwieldy. Employees, too, may feel out of sorts in the beginning, as they adjust to significant shifts in their days.
After all, while everyone seems to grasp what telecommuting is, not everyone has experienced it yet. And there are definitely pros and cons to working remotely.
How to lead a remote team
To lead a remote team