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Workplace flexibility is often cited as a tool to improve employee engagement, especially with the younger generation. But flexibility is not just whether someone works from home or flexible hours. It’s a management style that can help you develop employees. As a manager you must provide conditions where people can support themselves with structure, training, and resources wherever they are working.
Train employees and to solve performance problems by giving them job coaching one-on-one. Here are five simple steps adapted from AMA Business Boot Camp.