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When Social Distancing Disrupts the Workforce: Tips for Managing and Training Remote Teams

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Aurora WDC Analysis: “Engagement, productivity and technology training are legitimate concerns, especially for companies without established work-from-home policies. Leaders have to learn to maintain operations and productivity with less direct influence. Leading virtually is a learned skill. Similarly, virtual workforces require employees to rethink collaboration—technology does not equal teamwork.” This source focuses on four steps towards diminishing frustration and improving enthusiasm. These include, planning virtual meetings, establishing real-time communications, including time for small talk, and to be flexible in general. These can help employees remain motivated and reduce the likelihood of work being impacted from stress and isolation.

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