Whether remote work is new to your organization or you’ve been doing it successfully for years, your employees likely have experienced both the benefits and the challenges of getting things done away from the office. Important questions to ask when implementing a remote workforce and teams:
- How can the capacity to work remotely be measured and understood?
- How can leaders adjust their management style to help employees succeed in a remote environment?
- How can data and talent analytics assist in making better decisions for your organization?
Harrison Assessments has developed Remote Work Behavioral Competencies to help organizations maximize performance and meet the challenges of working and communicating in a remote environment. Using this unique behavioral competencies framework, there are two new competencies for:
- Remote Productivity
- Remote Communication
There are two versions of the competencies: