Distance leadership describes the leadership culture that has developed in recent years in the wake of mobile working and home offices. For more than half of the managers in 2021, dealing with “distance leadership” was their greatest personal challenge.¹
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In recent years, Human Resources (HR) in the United States has been evolving to meet the changing needs of employees and employers. With the pandemic-induced shift to remote work and the changing business landscape, HR departments are implementing new policies and initiatives to attract, retain, and develop employees.
The changing world of work, characterized by new technology and mobile working, has a significant impact on the requirements of a modern leadership culture.