Empowering Managers | Leveraging Forced Formality

Forced formality has become a problem for managers thanks to remote work. From reducing camaraderie to lowering efficiency, it has created several challenges. But it can be the solution to the problem too!

With remote work, a sense of forced formality has seeped into every interaction, whether it be between individuals or the entire remote team. This has further reduced camaraderie and ease of conversation from before. Negatively impacting collaboration and teamwork.

But that need not be the case! With this quick video, we show you three actionable steps through which you can think, know, and do better to leverage this same forced formality to improve communications and get your remote team to act in an efficient and collaborative spirit. Take a look!

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