An old mindset to leadership onboarding in many companies was “Who will sink and who will swim?”
In the remote space, there is a tremendous amount of learning on the job and a need for initiative.
The more effort we put into supporting team members during the first few months of a team member’s role, as well as their ongoing evolution, the more payoff we may see.
It’s often touted that replacing an employee who is not a good fit could cost upward of 1.5 years of that person’s salary. It’s critical that the best fit is found in new roles.
Part of this is considering what supports the person's needs. As I share in my newest book, 90-Day Guide for Success, there are many elements needed for remote and hybrid work success, from support around work, to relationships, to helping people get organized. Each day in the 90-Day Guide for Success takes a look at a different area of remote and hybrid work success. Be sure to check it out at https://www.amazon.com/90-Day-Guide-Success-Pathways-Virtual
Activity: Make a list of all the things you need in order to be successful with virtual, remote, and hybrid work.
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