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Leaders need to address the emotions of employees first and foremost in order to overcome the empathy gap through emotional and social intelligence. That's the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how to defeat the empathy gap.
Future-proofing allows organizations to plan countermeasures and allocate resources for possible problems ahead of time, helping leaders avoid cognitive biases.
The pandemic has taken a toll on employees’ mental and physical health.To address these issues, organizations have started hiring a Chief Health Officer to oversee the prioritization of health in all policies.
The pandemic has forced leaders to recognize that they need to make changes to manage hybrid and remote teams effectively. One of these changes is moving away from using quarterly or annual performance reviews that relied to a great extent on presence in the office and following best practices to revise the performance valuation process. That's the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes how to revise the performance evaluations to manage hybrid and remote teams.
Hybrid and remote work can lead to serious tensions around differences in time spent in the office. To address this, leaders must create a work culture of “Excellence From Anywhere” that focuses on deliverables rather than where you work.
Organizations need to adopt best practices for providing excellent mentorship to remote employees hired during the pandemic and integrating them successfully into the team. That's the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes evidence-based approaches for remote training and virtual mentoring for hybrid and remote teams.
An interview with Jill Kuhlman, Chief Administrative Officer at FST Logistics, an employee-owned and operated third-party logistics company that serves food and grocery brands.
Companies, leaders, and senior staff should adopt best practices so they can provide excellent mentorship to remote work employees hired during the pandemic and integrate them successfully into the team.
The lack of action against the threat of an Omicron surge points towards a lack of vision in leadership. Leaders must fight against cognitive biases and adopt best practices to avoid disasters in the future of work.
Leaders need to reevaluate their old methods of conducting performance reviews. Remote team management calls for the adoption of innovative best practices to be able to gain maximum productivity from remote and hybrid working employees.