How to Maintain or Improve Productivity
If you’re transitioning to a virtual office, opting to have your employees work from home, you need to accept the innovation also demands change in management accent.
When you employ, recruit and manage workers who tele-commute or operate from remote offices… regardless of the reason, you must ensure they are engaged and productive.
Many businesses employ workers who aren’t ready to accept going remote
Remote work is a matter of culture. Experience tells us that emergency change to working remotely in response to a crisis doesn’t always work out. You need nurture a buoyant attitude and positive disposition to help them be truly productive.
That’s why “transition to remote” needs to address the very core of your business.
A remote work force needs to be aligned. The team must be tune with their core contribution to the organization, its mission, its vision, it’s very identity and ethos.
The Fast-track path to Leading this Transition
Leaders must be diligent and sensitive to their workers’ needs. The team must be committed to, and included in, your organization’s values, ethics, intent.
They must both be aware of, and connected with, your objectives, the strategy you believe will achieve those objectives, the tactics they’ll use or are using and the tasks you need them to complete.
More than ever before, kinetic leadership will stimulate employee engagement. Now is the time, as you ask your workers to adopt a more independent work environment and adapt to the accompanying self-discipline and independent motivation needed to be productive.
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As with any organization, sometimes the operational demands of everyday business have let the strategic sheen fade on engaging MEVPIV.
For other organizations the employee engagement issue has been top of mind and in the things to do list of priorities.
If you need to prioritize this component of your leadership, be it strategic input, implementation or anything in between, feel free to drop me a line and I’ll see if I can help you find an answer or at least a sensible direction.