Remote onboarding

Remote Onboarding Leaders

 

Remote onboarding presents a few new challenges; luckily, Tineke Keesmaat shares an article that offers seven ideas to help leaders transition to a new role. 

Leaders transitioning into a new role bring with them fresh ideas and great energy. They want to hit the ground running and make their mark. But, many leaders are wondering how can they do so in the context of today’s workplace? 

As the pandemic continues, so too, will our need to work remotely. Leaders are also joining teams where its members are grappling with tremendous uncertainty, and a wide range of unique and highly personal experiences. A recent report found that 2 in 5 Canadian workers say their mental health is worse than before the pandemic. Adding to this a recent McKinsey & Company report suggests 25% of women are considering downshifting their work commitments or even leaving their company altogether. Similar studies are popping up across the globe.  

There’s good news. Much of the great thinking around good leadership transitions still hold true in today’s context. You can learn more about these by reviewing practical advice offered by leading consultancies, academic institutions and executive search firms. However, these principals will need to be adjusted for our unprecedented times.

 

The seven ideas include:

  • Setting up to show up
  • Connecting at a human level
  • Establishing a communication cadence

 

Read the full article, Remote Onboarding: 7 Ideas To Help Leaders Transition To A New Role, on Tiltco.ca.