The COVID-19 pandemic has changed most work set up all over the world. This has challenged companies on how they monitor progress, motivate employees, evaluate performance, and more, remotely. Specifically, managers have to put extra effort and time into building relationships and communicating with teams, which isn’t the easiest thing to do these days. They may tend to focus only on “results” and forget the role of human connection and team development, which can affect the effectiveness of their team. This is why managers play a crucial role in bridging the knowledge and emotional gap in the relationship between the company and its employees, which can be possible through regular check-in time with employees.
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