A rerelease of part 1 of our guidance on managing distant team members, which addresses problems related to working from home and managing remote employees that you may now be facing because of coronavirus.
This guidance recommends some simple things managers can do to improve the accountability and productivity of distant team members.
How do you manage when some of your directs are not co-located with you? What if you're in Chicago, but one of your team members is in New York, or London? The fact is, far-flung teams make sense for some organizations in some situations...and, they make management MUCH harder.
What can we as managers do to increase the chances that the distance doesn't affect our ability to produce results? Here are some simple things you can do NOW.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How do I manage a remote team?
- Can I demand shared workspaces?
- How do I do One on Ones remotely?
Other Parts of This Series
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