The current health crisis has thrown our world into disorder. No longer can teams stroll into work ready to interact, exchange ideas and take care of business. We’re leading our businesses through uncharted territory. By now, most of you have set your employees to work remotely.
Let’s explore best practices to make remote work function as seamlessly as possible.
Knowing that companies already do this successfully should make you confident that your company and your employees will adapt to these changes. The key is to prepare your people for a smooth transition, by adhering to four leadership practices.