Co-founder & President, MindGym
The Coronavirus has created a situation that is unpredictable, uncertain and feels uncontrollable. As it spreads across the globe, people are anxious about the impact on themselves, their loved ones and their teams.
Team members are working from home but find it hard to stay connected. Team leaders want to reassure their teams and maintain productivity despite anxiety and disconnection.
Unfortunately, this combination of distance and worry erodes trust, innovation, and productivity. However, when you get it right, research shows that working virtually can drive productivity improvements of up to 43%.
Watch this short webinar where MindGym experts reveal strategies for: