25 May 2020

Team Behaviour Out of Isolation – Your Response as a Leader

πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘¦β€πŸ‘¦ Your team will have changed dramatically in the last 8 weeks – beyond schooling arrangements and the comfort / discomfort of working from home or the hours worked. Don’t assume that the team you had going into isolation will behave the same as the team coming out of isolation. Your team members may have a very different relationship with:

πŸ”ΉYou – as both leader, mentor, peer or friend

πŸ”ΉThe business – is the trust still there

πŸ”ΉSecurity (both physical and financial)

πŸ”ΉChallenge – they are looking from work

πŸ”ΉAutonomy – and micromanagement

πŸ”ΉHow important work is to them overall

πŸ”ΉThe support they are looking from the team

πŸ”ΉThe future they see at your business

There is no need to be afraid of having this conversation with your team – I am sure your relationship as a leader / manager has also changed in relation to a number of the dot points.As a leader, we deal with who we have and the situation in front of us NOW, not what it was. Take the opportunity to bring yourself up to date with your team’s expectations.

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