With many organisations currently working from home due to measures taken against the Coronavirus, remote leadership is obviously a hot topic. It is particularly important to provide appropriate support to people who are not accustomed to working from home. As a supervisor, how do you achieve this? Is there an ideal remote leader?
A lot depends on what your team looks like and the targets you need to achieve. Remote working offers both challenges and opportunities for employees and supervisors.
Learning Agility as a focus for Remote Leadership
As a supervisor, how do you keep the team together remotely? You are continually encountering situations that now need to be handled differently, as well as people’s varying responses. Knowing someone’s Learning Agility can help you as their supervisor. How does someone learn under these circumstances? For example, someone with a low score for Change Agility approaches things differently than someone with a high score.
Download the Learning Agility & Remote Leadership guide
Our ‘Learning Agility & Remote leadership’ booklet provides coaching tips for each Learning Agility dimension, categorised into lower or higher scores, to help you optimise your remote leadership ability.