With most organizations implementing a mandatory work-from-home policy to comply with the global effort to reduce physical distancing, many managers are finding it difficult to adapt to a new way of management. Previously, managers could easily walk to their employees' desks, ask about their current workload and offer any assistance while monitoring the progress towards deliverables. Now, managers are finding themselves either in the dark as to what their team is up to, or they're feeling like they're micromanaging to the extreme.
But let's get one thing straight: you will never be able to manage a remote team the same way that you did it in an office. That being said, you need to let go of all the habits that you've built up over the years and get ready to adopt a new way of thinking.