Remote Workplace Accountability: A 5-Point Framework

As we all experience today that remote work environment has become a new normal, A certain generation of leaders still struggle to manage their teams. (Thanks to their leadership style J). To be honest, it boils down to their Ability, Means and Accountability as explained by Etsko Schuitema in his famous book Leadership: The Care and Growth Model.

The need for remote employee accountability is typically greater than in-office team accountability. The lack of face-to-face interactions, office drop-ins, and smoke corner gossips greatly reduces the extrinsic motivation factor that drives accountability at work for most employees.

This article dives straight into the subject of team accountability at work. We will try and explain why it matters for remote productivity and share a framework to improve team accountability in your remote teams and organizations.

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