By now, many of us have settled into the realities of being part of a remote workforce. The pandemic has forced us to find new ways to maintain our businesses. Often we have had to embrace new technologies, and use newer tools, like Zoom, to meet with our staff and clients remotely. I would say that most CEOs, Presidents, and Founders believe they’ve worked hard with their executive staff to stabilize their businesses and that they have done a great job. They likely believe they have done all they can in terms of managing a remote workforce and ensuring their employees are on board.
BUT, have we considered the view from below?
Whether it is physical isolation, psychological isolation, or something else completely, our employees are likely encountering some hurdles when it comes to being thrown into the remote workforce. What is it that we, as leaders, can do to ensure our team members are finding happiness during these crazy pandemic days?