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Today leaders and their teams are operating in an unprecedented time of stress and distraction, not just on questions related to their business but also to their personal and family’s safety.
In seemingly ordinary times before the coronavirus pandemic, we accepted that workplace stress was inevitable due to things like keeping up with the rapid growth of technology and business competition. We also understood that distraction was a problem, with research showing as much as 70% of employees are distracted at work, due to information overload.
But today, as leaders manage teams amidst the uncertainties of health and work, they must overcome a whole new set of challenges. One challenge, in particular, is the difficulty in managing people while following the company’s mandatory stay-at-home policies.
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