Tips for Engaging Remote Employees

Helpful Resources for APS Managers

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12 Tips for APS Managers

Check out our 12 tips, aligned to the Q12 Elements of Engagement, for APS managers to try with their teams.

Everyone Needs A Coach

During this time of change and stress, make sure you take time to reconnect with your strengths and how you are leveraging them. Reach out to an APS coach today! We can do virtual coaching on a schedule that works for you.

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Keys for Engaging Teams Working Remotely

Read this article from Gallup that discusses the keys for supervisors to engage their team: individualization, expectations, and communication. Also, check out this webcast on managing remote employees.

Light-Hearted Look at How Your Strengths May React to COVID-19

Take a break from the stress to see how your strengths may react to COVID-19 and this time of remote working. For example, your Belief may say "Working from home? Closer to my family?...Yeah!"

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Prioritize Our Well-being

Working remotely and staying active can happen -- performance depends on it! Check out this article from Gallup, as well as, a webcast highlighting tips for maintaining well-being.

Stronger Together, While Apart

Collaboration is essential to team success, particularly while working remotely. This Harvard Business Review article shares some tips for strengthening communications and creating space for celebrations.  

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Professional Learning to Set Yourself Up for Remote Working Success

Use these great classes to discover how to be productive and stay connected when working from home or other remote environments. Learn how to effectively work remotely; gain tips for adjusting to changes in your work environment; and explore virtual communication tools for staying connected.

Tips for Leveraging Your Strengths During This Time

Sometimes we need some guidance on how to leverage our strengths. Here is a great resource that breaks down all 34 CliftonStrengths and gives you tips for how to get through this time and thrive leaning on your dominant strengths.

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Trust, Stability, Compassion, & Hope

The four needs of followers are trust, stability, compassion and hope. Listen to Gallup's four-part webinar to learn how leaders should be thinking about fostering these needs amid disruption.

 

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