How Managers Can Use Video to Boost Remote Employee Engagement
The days of your manager being in the office are over. Today, managers are expected to lead their teams from wherever they are. And while there’s nothing wrong with that—it’s just another way of life!—it does mean that managers must be able to communicate effectively with their remote employees.
Video communication has become an important part of maintaining relationships with remote workers, and not just because it allows you to see each other face-to-face; video lets you hear what your team is saying (and vice versa). If you’re worried about being able to connect with your remote workforce without being in the same room together, don’t be! Here are some ways that video can help boost engagement between managers and employees:
Video is the way of the future.
Video is the way of the future. It’s no surprise that companies like Google and Facebook are investing in video content to improve employee engagement, but it can be hard for managers to see what they’re missing when their remote employees aren’t able to provide an in-person demonstration. But with a little creativity, you can create engaging videos that will help your team connect and stay connected while they work remotely.
Video lets managers make sure employees are happy and getting the work done.
Video can also be used to help managers make sure employees are happy and getting the work done. This is particularly important for remote workers, who may not have as much contact with management as in-person employees.
For instance, if an employee is working on a project but isn’t happy with it, it’s easy for their managers to see that they’re not engaged in the task at hand–and they’ll likely know how to help them get back on track!
Remote employees want to be heard, and video is the best way to do that.
It’s no secret that employees want to be heard. But it can be hard to connect with your workforce when you’re working remotely. You might think there are no opportunities for face-to-face meetings or conference calls, but there are ways around that!
If you want your team members to feel connected and engaged, video is the best way to engage them with what they do at work. Video is becoming more popular than ever before because of its ability to bridge the gap between people who live far apart from each other physically but work together online every day (and even sometimes offline). A good manager will use video to connect with his or her remote workforce so they feel valued, appreciated, and heard by those who have access only through email or similar means.
Managers can use video to boost remote employee engagement.
Video is a great way to connect with your employees, and it’s a great way to build trust, relationships, and community. And it can help you build a culture and team that will last long after you’re gone.
Here are some reasons why video is so powerful:
- Video lets people see what we think before they hear us speak or write things down. This helps them understand who we are before meeting in person for the first time!
- Videos show our personalities and allow others to get to know us better than just reading someone on paper would ever do (or even if we’d met face-to-face). They also give them insight into how much work goes to ensure everything runs smoothly.
Video communication can be a great way to connect with your remote workforce.
Video can help you boost employee engagement and help managers stay in touch with their employees.
In fact, according to a survey by Salesforce, 63% of organizations say that video has positively impacted employee engagement. This means that many companies use video to keep employees engaged and connected during day-to-day tasks that don’t require constant face-to-face interaction (like when working from home).
As a manager, you know that remote employees are your company’s future. They will save you time, money, and stress. But they also want to feel connected to their team and committed to their work. Video is an easy way for managers to do this—and it can be a great way for employees who aren’t physically in your office space to express themselves confidently. We hope this article has inspired you in ways that video communication can benefit both parties!