Working from home (WFH) has become the norm for many of us. Managers and leaders need to flex with the times to ensure team cohesion and business continuity. It turns out getting the most out of employees means being the most understanding of their needs.
Being supportive and providing time for home schooling, being with family, looking after pets or caring for themselves is key to keeping employees engaged. A great leader’s own actions in this time will show how gratitude and empathy can encourage positivity and give teams permission to perform at their peak.
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