Manage your remote workers more effectively with this NEW Thomas report
Globally, remote working practices have rapidly increased over the past decade but never more so than now.
As the world responds to the challenge of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the adoption of these practices has quickly accelerated and is likely to continue over the coming months and beyond.
While many will flourish in a remote working scenario, for others, it can represent significant challenges if they prefer to interact with their colleagues in the office and collaborate face to face.
Understanding your people’s communication styles can help to keep your employees engaged, motivated and avoid work-related stress. With Thomas' new Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) Managing Remote Workers report, we can help you do exactly that.
What is the new report?
The Managing Remote Workers report is a new PPA report from Thomas that identifies a person’s potential challenges when working remotely and how you can best support them in a remote working environment.
How can the Managing Remote Workers report benefit you?
Our Managing Remote Workers report provides you with insights into how your teams cope when remote working, how they might be modifying the way they communicate and provides recommendations to engage and motivate:
How you can access our new Managing Remote Workers report
If you are an existing client, simply log in to your Thomas Hub to access the new report now in your PPA reports. Existing clients should be aware that if your team last sat their PPA before starting to work from home, it’s best practice that they re-sit the assessment and compare their new results with their previous results as moving to working at home will have changed their behavioural and communication preferences. You can see a sample report here.
If you do not yet have a Hub account, please contact us and one of our team will be able to set you up with using the power of psychometrics to help you better manage, motivate and engage your teams whether they’re working remotely or are office-based.
Other remote working resources from Thomas
Thomas has a range of resources to help you with your immediate and longer-term challenges, supporting you with adapting to the increasing adoption of remote working practices.
Check out our blog ‘Communicating from a distance: How to ensure remote working works best for your organisation’ by our Head of Global Science, Jayson Darby who explains why determining your people’s remote working communication styles are key to making a success of remote working.
If you want some more tips on how best to engage people and maintain productivity during times of change, you can watch our recent Webinar presented by Jayson and Thomas Business Psychologist, Carmen Amador Barreiro.