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Using data from nearly 2,500 people surveyed, team members told us that now, two years into the pandemic, managers still perform well in areas like one-on-one meeting effectiveness; offering team members a clear picture of what they need to do; and keeping consistent meeting schedules. That’s great news.

But that data also tells us that management has changed over the past two years. In our surveys, managers scored significantly lower than they previously have when it comes to areas like making team members feel that they are an important part of the team; recognizing and rewarding team achievements; and holding other team members accountable for their job performance.

In our most recent white paper – 2 Major Challenges Managers Face in a Remote World – we identify the two primary challenges your managers may or may not know they face and two ways to overcome them that will lead your team to maximum performance.

Find Out What 2 Major Challenges Managers Face in a Remote World

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