Covid-19 saw many leaders forced into managing and leading teams whose members were working remotely. The ability to adapt to changing circumstances is a skill that is still useful post-Covid-19.


This article by Sally Percy, writing for Forbes, makes the following points:
  • Leaders needed to master the skill of using non-verbal cues when using remote meeting technology to foster a sense of camaraderie and collaboration.
  • The pandemic taught organisations that they needed to embrace change, both social and technological.
  • Remote workers faced new stressors, such as isolation. 
  • Leaders learned they must invest in workplace wellbeing.


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