Many companies are choosing to transition their employees to work remotely. It has proven to save the company a lot of money and has shown its employees to be highly productive. But there are quite a few mistakes that a manager can make while directing a remote team.
Here are 5 mistakes to avoid when managing remote teams via Forbes:
Not Properly Managing Your Remote Team’s Performance
Your remote workforce still needs motivation, and scheduling performance checkups have value when it comes to efficiency. Performance management strategies include:
• Daily touch points: Daily touch points with your remote team let them know you are interested how their work is going, and it also signals to them that they have a support channel in place. Mondays are perfect for touch points.
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