As work-from-home becomes the new normal for many, supervising has had to evolve despite the absence of face-to-face communication. I have discovered that supervising does not require new or different skills than supervising in person, but rather a creative application of the same skills expected in the office.
Posts By Elizabeth Slack
If you, too, wish to see the beauty in a well-designed form, here are three tips.
I’m learning that WFH requires a new approach to finding efficiency, one that will be handy not only while WFH, but also when we (please, oh please – never thought I’d say that…) return to the office.
A few years ago, I was promoted into my current position, where I supervise three other employees. Since the promotion, I’ve learned – OK, I’m still learning! – how to improve my supervisory skills. Here are three tips I offer to new supervisors.
How can you improve your office’s training materials?
How can you adapt your hiring practices to accommodate working remotely?
Buying a house has shown me that leadership skills can be found in unexpected places. Where can you hone your leadership skills outside the office?
Here are a few tips for networking while staying more than six feet away from anyone else.
For my office, losing the strictly hierarchical structure has meant gaining efficiencies in completing tasks. Could the same be true in your office?
Some people say that a certificate and fifty cents will get you a cup of coffee, meaning that the certificate isn’t valuable. Prove them wrong… what can you learn today?