Why A Great Remote Leadership Strategy Is A Cure For Quiet Quitting

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A recent Gallup study found that at least half of the U.S. workforce are “quiet quitters.” The problem goes deeper than workers doing the bare minimum to meet expectations: Worker engagement is at its lowest in nearly a decade and many organizations have yet to shed old-school leadership thinking in this new world of work.

The solution for quiet quitting isn’t to monitor employees or force them to work where they don’t want to work (the office), and it’s certainly not to hire more motivated people. Instead, organizations need a modern remote leadership strategy to train leaders to reframe their perspective of what makes for a hard worker and give them the essential tools for inspiring, engaging and motivating distributed teams.

Read the full article on Forbes.com.