|Have you recently found yourself managing a team of talented individuals who now are trying to get things done from multiple locations? Even if some of your team members previously have worked a bit from home, this is different. Don’t let past flexible work arrangements lull you into a false sense of confidence. A remote team is still a team, but the changes, while subtle, are important. Participants in this session can learn how to acknowledge and capitalize on the differences. This sessions helps you to . . .
- Demonstrate your support
- Check in regularly
- Encourage your team members
- Be a role model for your team
- Set clear expectations and ground rules for working remotely