Back to Overcoming Challenges in a Remote Environment On Demand
Transition to remote, at-home offices for the majority of commercial bankers was forced almost overnight as a result of the ongoing pandemic. This trend is likely to continue and a considerable amount of remotely-located work is likely to stay, long after the pandemic is under control. Yet, those teams that have worked long enough under a remotely-located model know that the old adage of “we are all professional and will figure it out” or “we are big boys and girls and will get the job done” does not work for a workforce with years and even decades of experience in the in-person office environment. Why? Figuring out on your own does not build relevant skill set that takes years to develop with proper resources and coaching. What are the key challenges our team members are encountering and how can organizations address them successfully?
Join this program to learn how to navigate major challenges of remotely-located workplace and workflow and help your team members overcome these new, additional roadblocks in getting the job done. From grayed definitions of personal and professional spaces and collapse of any kinds of boundaries of hours as well as family responsibilities thrown into the mix to managers who try to keep productivity up without knowing where to stop the working hours to new definitions of what’s appropriate and inappropriate, this program will dive into the main challenges today’s commercial banking workforce faces. We will discuss new stress factors being introduced into the work environment as well as new causes of burnout. The program will also touch upon challenges and implications for younger generations. We will offer specific examples and possible solutions that have worked for remotely-located teams that have had many years of successful experience under a fully-remote work model.