Welcome to a new world order of working remotely. Although working remotely is not a new concept, it is new to many individuals. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations rapidly shifted their way of work from face-to-face operations to working remotely.
While various states are in different phases of “re-opening,” the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders have required many of us to work remotely. The order also mandated we stay at home and limit our interactions with other people to flatten the curve.
According to a recent article by Gallup, Inc. “70% of an individual’s engagement is driven by their manager. It’s crucial that leaders individualize to best support them.”