For many, Zoom fatigue is an unfortunate reality of COVID-era remote work. We’ve compiled three solutions to help managers tackle this issue without jeopardizing their team's workflow.
Psychological safety looks different in a remote setting. Today’s managers have to foster an environment of trust without ever meeting face to face. We look to industry experts and research to figure out the best way to build psychological safety while remote.
Remote work looks different in 2021. A year into forced WFH, managers need to find ways to help their teams thrive. We interviewed over 500 managers in 2020 and discovered three major challenges: 1) isolation, 2) expectation-setting, and 3) burnout. To help leaders in 2021, we've addressed these challenges with 21 tips for managing remote teams effectively.
Studies show that a gratitude practice can help with mental health, burnout, and isolation. Here are some stats and tips for incorporating gratitude in your remote team culture to create resiliency for 2020 and beyond.
Dan Symonds is Vice President of Integrations and Deployments for Flyt in North American, managing three multi-functional teams that span Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Bulgaria. We talked with Dan about his 20-year career across numerous industries, and the role of EQ has played in his remote leadership style.
“People leave managers, not companies.” We hear this saying a lot to describe the consequence of bad leadership. So what exactly separates good and bad managers?
Without an office space, it’s company culture that creates a sense of interconnectivity for vastly distributed teams. We looked at what the best remote cultures have in common.
A lot of remote managers are struggling to build relationships and culture without an in-person office. That's why we interviewed Shane Emmons, CTO of TeamSnap, about his decade of remote management experience, why he emphasizes high EQ, and how he builds trust on his team.
If you haven't read our "EQ & Remote Managers 2020 Report" here's a quick TLDR; the biggest challenge for remote managers right now isn't Zoom fatigue.