Managing remote workers requires a different approach

04/30/2013 | BusinessNewsDaily.com

You might have more success with managing remote employees if you adopt a one-on-one, relationship-based approach to leadership, according to research. "Leadership needs to be uniquely tailored to the team members rather than dictated from on high," University of Illinois business professor Ravi Gajendran said. "This sort of approach "requires slightly more effort than it would in a normal workplace setting," he said.

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