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Teach others to share your mission and message
Executives can’t be the only ones beating the drum. Managers have a powerful role to play in reinforcing staff goals and cascading new or evolving company priorities that play a massive role in improving workplace culture.
The upside on that idea is strong. “We’ve done research at Salesforce that shows 75% of our employees trust the information their manager shares with them the most,” says Brad Burns, CCO at Salesforce.
Be human and authentic
Every organization must invest in its managers. If you were office-based or a co-located company even 18 months ago, most of your leaders might have never seen — let alone steered — a remote team.
Task one: Teach leaders how to inspire, engage and communicate with remote workers, connecting the dots between executives’ big-picture messaging and the unique work each team delivers.
Task two: Help leaders learn to measure productivity in modern ways — moving away from attendance-driven models to outcome-driven ideas — so the updates they send to execs are clear and useful, too.
Both will require hands-on training and support, and a lot of patient empathy, but it will help managers create and sustain the culture you know will keep employees and stakeholders more connected.
Connection streamlines communication
Connect your HQ
With skilled communicators across the organization, information starts to move up, down and around the team with greater ease. Managers learn a new skill. Teams stay more engaged. Executives are better informed. A culture of clear, effective communication takes hold. Axios HQ helps you keep folks connected.
Axios HQ builds connection
Our features help you keep teams aligned, engaged, and connected — wherever they are.
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