My Remote Team Needs Better Leadership. Where Do I Start?

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Leading remote teams comes with unique challenges. This viewer is finding that her usual leadership strategies just aren’t cutting it. She wants to know how she can ensure her team is productive, collaborative, and feels supported, even from a distance. On “Life Quakes’, hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest Dr. Woody Woodward offers valuable advice.

Intentional Communication is Key

Set clear expectations for how and when your team will communicate to avoid feeling disconnected.

Schedule Informal Time

Carve out time for casual conversations with your team members. This helps build trust and familiarity.

Get the Team Together (If Possible)

Try to arrange for your remote team to meet in person once a year or even once a quarter for relationship-building time.

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