Last Thursday evening, we had our first virtual round table ‘Going Beyond Micro Management’. Thanks to the people who have shared their time with us. In this article, I would like to share one of the insights with you.
The textbook scenario for remote working is straightforward:
The situational leadership model introduced by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard in 1969 is more relevant than ever. The most successful leaders are those who adapt their leadership style to the performance readiness (ability and willingness) of the individual or group they are attempting to lead. Applying the philosophy of situational leadership to a remote work setting gives us four groups of team members. Analyze each of your team members to see in which group they fits and then, adapt your approach.
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