And managers would do well to take this into account to get the best performance possible, from both women and men, when they are working remotely.
Everybody knows that men and women have different ways of thinking and working. According to Sally Helgesen, it is especially worth remembering this when managing teams working remotely: “Managers who don’t appreciate those distances can do themselves, their companies and those employees a great disservice”.
Be prepared: this change is arriving, and the crisis accelerates it. Your employees will be physically far away from you.
Today’s organizations are part of elaborate interdependent networks of suppliers, partners, vendors, and migrant employees. Forget about the gentle notion of touch points with customers; organizations are bombarded with meteoritic impacts of a social and economic variety.
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