I heard a comment last week, and thought it was worth exploring further.
“Some managers find it challenging to lead a remote workforce effectively”.
The actual words were more like: “Many managers don’t know how to manage remote workers”.
Maybe you’ve felt this way…
Could it be trying to determine what works best for each employee?
Some might need to have a lot of daily direction and others can be left alone for weeks at a time.
Or maybe trying to get a hold of someone when you need them and they’re no where to be found.
We’re a year into the remote situation, so hopefully, some changes have been made for the better.
And I wonder if it’s caused increased turnover for those who have butted heads.