Source | www.forbes.com | William Arruda
A recent report found that one-fourth of U.S. employees are feeling burnout due to the pandemic. Clearly, leading is not the same from afar. Distance creates a new set of challenges that leaders must acknowledge and conquer so they can connect with and inspire their people. Maintaining relationships with your people—and strengthening relationships among your people—needs to be a primary objective.
So as you embrace this new all-virtual world, you need to set a new tone by modifying what you do and how you do it to increase engagement and connection, without sacrificing your sanity. These four actions will help:
- Heighten The Humanity
- Make Meetings Meaningful
- Communicate Consistently
- Train Your Talent