Due to the pandemic, many employees now work remotely, leaving managers to figure out how to supervise employees they seldom see and may rarely talk to one-on-one. As part of his guidance for aspiring and new managers, Sharad Bajaj, Amazon’s head of engineering, explains how managers can communicate with remote team members, how to surmount common hurdles in remote managementand how to create a psychologically safe work environment.
About the Author
Sharad Bajaj is head of engineering at Amazon and a former Microsoft group engineering manager.
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2 years agoChallenge the aspect that a work-life balance is a fantasy. Some days the weight shifts to work, likewise a manager worth their salt can disconnect & trust the team they manage - this needs to happen so (1) your people thrive, and (2) so your mind can rest, recuperate and re-energise... The rest of this seems rather obvious.
2 years agoThe "commentary" section does not cover accurately the majority of the content of the abstract.