With a workforce still largely working from home, middle managers are up against a whole new set of challenges, managing their teams in a remote setting and delivering results to upper management.
You are a mid-level manager working at a major bank. You have been advised by the general manager of your division that there is a major change project about to get underway. Your team will play a critical role in delivering it.
Before you even speak to your team you know you're going to get push back - not just because of the extra workload that will be required from each of them but because of the change itself, and what it will mean to deliver it to a mostly remote workforce.
What would you do?
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