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BEworks in Business Insider on ‘How managers can adapt to the work-from-home-force now’

Posted by BEworks on Jun 3, 2020 3:02:55 PM
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Featured Articles_Featured - OrangeIn this article, Dan Ariely (Chief Behavioral Scientist and Co-Founder), Nathaniel Barr (Scientific Advisor), Nick Hobson, and Kelly Peters (CEO and Co-Founder), look at how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is leading to a much larger contingent of the workforce operating remotely, and what managers should do to adapt to this new reality.  

To ensure employees can make the most of work-from-home, leaders must build trust, creativity, collaboration, connection, and psychological safety.  

This article showcases behavioral science research that can help managers proactively mitigate challenges, and embrace the benefits of this shift to where, and how, we work. 

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