One of the most important aspects to successful remote work?
We spoke with Erica Keswin, author of the just published “Rituals Roadmap” about this important element to maintaining a connected culture. In addition to this pearl of wisdom you can use right now to lead your company, you can watch the entire discussion in our Fireside Chat Recap by Elisa Camahort Page.
If you are leading a remote team, whether you’ve been doing it for years or are doing it for the first time, pick up a copy of David Burkus’ just released book, “Leading from Anywhere”. It’s a fantastic guide to the many challenges and opportunities remote leaders face in today’s world, as remote work has become a mainstay and an integral foundation for collaboration. One issue I raised with David was concerning what qualities or aptitudes were necessary to be a great remote worker. His response was pointed, and in our belief, accurate. If you are looking to hire for a remote team, these are the things you should look for in future team members. If you are someone who wants to succeed at working remotely on a distributed team, keep working on up-skilling yourself in these three areas. Great remote workers are good collaborators. They coordinate their work well…