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Remote Working

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  • Encourage managers to take notice of who often dominates the conversation in meetings or receives the most recognition for a project’s success. Make the evaluation criteria for projects as clear as possible: The more explicit the rubric, the less room for bias.

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for leaders who want to create a suitable remote working culture.

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  • Remote work lacks the distractions, annoyances, and soft abuses that come with co-workers and middle managers.
  •  They don’t have to commute
  • Can be evaluated mostly on their actual work rather than on the optics-driven albatross of “office culture”. 

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to understand why organisations compel their employees back to work despite enough evidence against it.

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  • Your boss’s schedule is your schedule. 
  • Employees with the most in-person access to leaders will get the first crack at promotions.
  • Your success should be coordinated with everyone else.
  • Thursdays emerged as the most popular day for people to come in.
  • Scheduling 15-minute coffee breaks with the boss and other senior managers each week - "Hey I’d love to have 15 minutes with you just make sure I’m aligning my thinking with your goals for the company."

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Important for those who would be back in the office and are looking to improve their visibility at work.

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