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Both face-to-face AND Remote Leadership have a big impact on Employee Engagement and Productivity!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

💡Leaders’ ability to make change is different when they are in the office versus working remotely.

🎯 Advantage of being face-to-face with a manager in an office where direct reports are more likely to notice the courage and marketing ability of a manager.

💪 Whereas, remote work fosters greater discretionary effort and autonomy among employees.

The intricacies of hybrid work environments reveals that both setups offer unique benefits and drawbacks for productivity, according to a new interesting research published by Zenger Folkman using data 📊 from a 360 degree assessments of 1,355 managers who worked in the office and 998 working remotely.

✅Leader effectiveness impact remote/in-person engagement

Leadership Effectiveness VS Employee Engagement

Researchers noticed only minor differences in the levels of engagement between employees working in the office versus those working remotely.

For researchers, this correlation underscores leaders’ profound influence over their teams’ satisfaction and commitment, a pivotal insight that cannot be overstated.

⚠️ There is a statistically significant gap in the engagement: 69.6 for those in offices versus 65.3 for remote workers.

❗️ This disparity underscores the undeniable impact of physical presence, face-to-face interactions, and shared spaces.

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