Managing teams remotely requires a fresh outlook.
It’s been often repeated that top managers try to offer team members 10 positives for everyone one negative. (A ratio that is seldom achieved.)
However, the nature of remote work requires a more proactive approach by managers to let team members know their efforts are seen and appreciated.
Alternatively, the old school style of “holding people accountable” feels even more threatening out of the office.
Managers can still be strong on performance lapses while looking primarily to find the good.

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