In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How managing a remote team differs from managing a team in-office
- Tips on managing a team’s transition to remote work and fully remote teams
- How leaders can improve their remote management skills
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Managers spend their days ensuring that their reports are happy and productive, that projects are moving forward, and that the team is aligned and pushing towards key goals. That won’t change when your business goes remote, but how you accomplish it absolutely will.
New virtual silos are built as people form their own independent routines and habits. Plus, you can no longer rely on in-person meetings, unplanned check-ins, and impromptu work sessions to drive the conversation. Managing a remote team requires a really thoughtful, dedicated approach to planning out every aspect of management, from projects to mentorship.
This adjustment in style and approach won’t come naturally for many managers, and it certainly won’t come quickly. But there are a few ways to make it an easier transition for you and your team.
Janet Mesh, Co-Founder and CEO of Aimtal (a remote-first digital and content marketing agency), Amanda Marochko, Head of Strategic Partnerships for Buffer, and Mathieu Hétu, VP of Engineering at Unito, share their tips, tricks, and remote management experiences.