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A Work-Anywhere Policy Needs Emotional Intelligence

I’m coaching more people in their home these days – because that’s where they work. Most say it’s great for flexibility, and that they save time and money without the commute or “dressing for work”.  Several leaders have global teams they need to coordinate and be in touch with. Topics differ, but there is often a sense of disconnection that can range from isolating personal loneliness to leadership angst around managing what can’t be seen.

Here’s what I suggest organizations and individuals consider to get the best out of their work-anywhere model:

Have good metrics in place.

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