New Delhi [India]ANI, 24 April (ANI). Almost all employees are now back at work following the lifting of COVID-19 limitations, but it seems that a hybrid environment will be the norm in the future. One problem with a Work From Home work environment is the difficulty in establishing relationships.
Here are some tips to help you build relationships with your team, leaders, and the community when you are working in a hybrid mode. This means that you work sometimes from home, sometimes at the office.
1. Rebuild relationships
It is psychologically proven that employees who feel connected with their colleagues are more satisfied at work. For building and deepening relationships between leaders and team members, it is possible to have in-person interactions.
2. Training employees to switch from old-school methods of using technology to newer ones
It is not enough to introduce new technology to your employees. To do this, you need to use the old-school methods and learn how the new technology can benefit you. Handwritten notices and drafts are still a traditional way to communicate important information to employees. However, in the modern era of Zoom, Teams, and email, it is important to upgrade to the technology.
3. Don’t be afraid to ask for help
A simple rule says ‘Find being comfortable in uncomfortable’. Most conversations can begin when someone asks for help from colleagues in terms of work. This is how people create a network of like-minded people.
4. Expand your network
One must not be confined to one’s own team or department. Having a mindset that the colleagues are a family can expand one’s networks beyond who they interact with every day.
5. Connect digitally
Working together digitally via social networking platforms can help employees get to know each other and keep in touch. Employees can establish strong relationships with one another through professional platforms such as LinkedIn, Slack, and other platforms. (ANI)
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