Support your team’s ability to be flexible: Knowing they will have time to take care of their personal lives allows them to show up more fully to work when they are on the clock.
Be an example in helping your team set clear boundaries. Leaders need to clearly embody the healthy practices they are putting in place for the broader team to trust and consequently leverage them themselves.
Regularly assess your team’s professional well-being.
Set realistic expectations for yourself and your team.
Similar goals, different approaches. Help team members feel supported, cared for, and connected as they continue to do the same work, just now from home.
by Tina Essmaker in How to Lead Your Team Remotely