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Businesses turn up the volume on remote control

Businesses turn up the volume on remote control 1-3 Britons now has a remote manager hello Of these... 8 in 10 don't have contact with their manager every day 1 in 5 sees them less than once a month 40% say manager contact has gone down in the last year 84% are happy with their level of contact Pointing to a more empowered workforce! A top manager is... Someone I feel comfortable with 78% Someone who is calm under pressure (Up from last year) 69% (Up from last year) Someone who gives me freedom to get on with my work 62% Someone who admits when they make mistakes 71% (Biggest mover!) Someone who oops acknowledges my work 66% (New entry!) Communication tools managers prefer... 48% 40% SMS SMS 37% SMS SMS 28% SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS SMS Video Instant Text Intranet calling messaging But email and phone Email Phone are still dominant 89% 84% REED canvassed the views of more than 2,000 UK workers and managers to find out what makes a great manager, and to examine the changing face of the UK workplace as remote management becomes more common. Whether teams are managed remotely or face-to-face, REED understands it takes a special combination of skills to be a great manager. That's why REED aims to find and reward the nation's best manager through its Manager of the Year competition. To find out more, or to nominate your manager, visit REED

Businesses turn up the volume on remote control

shared by REED_Global_Rec... on Sep 16
Interesting stats on the changing face of management. Includes preferred methods of communication between managers and their employees, the increase in managers now managing away from their teams, and...


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