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DEVELOP YOUR LEADERSHIP WHILE TELEWORKING
Do you think that it is more difficult to demonstrate your leadership while teleworking? Indeed the challenges are great, but teleworking also offers you new opportunities to build strong relationships with your employees.
Your leadership, whatever the circumstances, stems from the trust you inspire and from your ability to influence others. And that depends not only on your skills, but also on the quality of your presence and your communications. Fortunately, there are simple and proven tools to overcome the virtual barrier.
MANAGE PRODUCTIVITY REMOTELY WITHOUT LOSING CONTROL
In a teleworking context, many managers fear losing control of the productivity of their team because of the distance. Therefore, they develop harmful practices such as monitoring their employees more closely than ever.
With a few simple and proven tools, managers can assess the effects of teleworking on the morale and the motivation of their employees and thus provide success conditions as much as possible. Indeed, there are limits to the responsibility and ability to act of managers.
While working remotely, the paradigm of productivity management must evolve. It is no longer about measuring performance based on the hours worked in front of a screen. Managers must instead evaluate performance through results and implement management routines that leave plenty of room for employees to structure and optimize their workday themselves.
STRUCTURE EFFECTIVE AND STIMULATING VIRTUAL MEETINGS
Do you ever think that your week of teleworking is in fact a 40-hour long meeting? Are you getting more and more tired when contemplating the number of meetings scheduled on your calendar?
Indeed, after a few months of telecommuting, it may be time to take stock with your colleagues of the performance of your virtual meetings in addition to adopting better habits for yourself.
STIMULATE THE MOTIVATION AND COMMITMENT OF TELEWORKERS
With time, distance, and bad news pouring in, the motivation of many teleworkers are crumbling, as is the commitment to their employers. Managers are concerned about the impact this could have on the productivity of their workforce and are looking for concrete ways to remedy the situation.
Fortunately, there are several things that can be done. Managers, however, must understand the essential conditions that influence the motivation of their employees and how these conditions can vary when working remotely.