[Video] Do You Have This Management Blindspot?https://jasonlauritsen.com/wp-content/themes/corpus/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg150150Jason LauritsenJason Lauritsenhttps://jasonlauritsen.com/wp-content/themes/corpus/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg
Over the past year, you’ve probably learned that when a team is “distributed,” it becomes more complicated to manage.
And we’ve focused a lot of attention on how being distributed out of a centralized office location has changed how we manage and work.
Distributed = greater management complexity.
But there’s a bigger lesson we should be learning.
Our teams have always been distributed, way more than we knew. And this distribution had largely been in our blind spot until now.
Ignoring it may be your downfall as a manager moving forward.
[Video] Should We Still Be Shaking Hands?https://jasonlauritsen.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/jason-lauritsen-blog-shaking-hands-2000x3000.jpg10801620Jason LauritsenJason Lauritsenhttps://jasonlauritsen.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/jason-lauritsen-blog-shaking-hands-2000x3000.jpg
I don’t know about you, but as more people get vaccinated, the world seems determined to make its way back to normal.
In some ways, this is comforting. But I’m feeling a little unsettled.
Amidst the terribleness of the pandemic, we were forced to stop and change things about how we live and work. In many cases, this was for the better.
I’m worried that if we aren’t thoughtful and intentional in the coming months, the positive things we’ve learned and gained will be lost.
I had an experience recently that brought this into sharp focus for me.
It involved handshakes.
I talk about it and what I think we are called to do right now in this video.