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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Topic: Leadership & Management Skills (2)

How to Keep Your Employees Engaged and Happy at Work During COVID-19

Keeping team members engaged throughout the new remote work experience can be challenging at times. With frequent issues such as loneliness, a lack of motivation, communication problems, and even more serious suicidal thoughts, HR teams and leaders all across the world need to reorient their efforts.

5 Simple Tips for Being a Better Manager

Great managers are constantly performing at a high level, and they do it by effectively balancing their responsibilities. 

How to Improve Low Employee Morale When Working from Home

When COVID-19 first became an issue, all sorts of businesses started to allow employees to work from home. It was a refreshing change from the typical daily grind. People appreciated working in their pajamas, taking coffee breaks in their living room, and communicating through text or voice.

5 Ways to Build Trust as a Manager

Trust is one of the most fundamental things you need to have to achieve any meaningful results as a manager. So it’s no wonder that Google’s research about the effectiveness of teams revealed that trust is the foundation on top of which you build successful companies. 

How to Run Effective Remote Team Meetings without Causing Burnout

As the global pandemic moves past the half-year point, the “new normal” has really become the new normal. The novelty of Zoom meetings has faded into routine. The initial spark of motivation to power through the COVID-19 situation is starting to dwindle, too, and we’re now exiting the honeymoon phase of remote working. 

A Leader's Guide to Decision-Making: How to Make the Best Possible Decision?

Decision-making requires you to acknowledge the situation at hand, gather enough information to make an educated decision, consider alternatives, think about the consequences of the decision, and — in the end — take action.