Leading Hybrid Teams
Tools to get work done with and through others when working in a remote or hybrid setup.
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74% of professionals expect remote work to become standard. Forbes research
It's not uncommon for leaders to be concerned about remote workers' productivity. Remote workers, on the other hand, choose to work longer hours and thus are more productive than their office counterparts. So, what is the most challenging component of managing a virtual team? The most prevalent problem is developing open, clear communication tactics that enable the team to understand what they're expected to accomplish and keep them engaged in doing a great job.Read Article
In remote and hybrid environments, leaders need to be even more intentional about creating the right conditions for high engagement.
As leaders strive to engage their teams in more than accomplishing their day jobs, there are six ‘traps’ they frequently fall into—traps that undermine their best efforts and intentions.
We identify these traps, dispel common team engagement myths, and provide strategies to build sustainable momentum in our guide, 6 Traps to Avoid When Creating an Engaged Virtual Team.
Engage your people, so they play to win, not just to avoid losing.Download guide
Remote work is the biggest draw for top talent. Forbes research
Written by FranklinCovey thought leaders Stephen M. R. Covey, Chris McChesney, Jennifer Colosimo, and Randy Illig, this interactive PDF teaches how to use trust, business execution, empathy, and a narrowed sales focus to help your teams reach its goals despite today's unique organizational challenges.Download Whitepaper