Leading Remote Teams
No. of mini-lessons6
No. of mini-lessons 6
Resources Takeaway Tasks
Do you know the magic trick where you guess which of 3 cups a ball is hidden under? Although an easy game to follow, many people become confused and end up guessing wrong. Because we rely so much on being able to see the thing we’re focusing on, when it’s out of sight we believe we lose control of it. With practice, we can learn to follow the cups carefully and keep track of the ball.
It’s the same for leading a remote team. A remote team is a team of employees that work in separate places. And although you may not be able to physically see them, there are ways to regulate their workload and keep communication clear. You just need to know how to do it!
How to trust “out of sight” working
How to empower, trust, and avoid micromanaging your team
How to build effective communication across your team
How to select the best technology for your remote team
Why your teams need this course
If you’re a manager, leading a remote team means you can’t always see what everyone’s doing. But you can implement reliable systems to inspire your workers and keep them organized. This course will help you learn how to manage everyone’s workload and keep things running smoothly.
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