5 Things I've Learned (Some the Hard Way) About Being an Exceptional Remote Manager
In today’s episode of the Want To Work There podcast, I reflect on five core lessons I’ve learned over 10 years of being a remote manager. Managing a team remotely does have its advantages, but it also comes with its own set of challenges and lessons learned. Unfortunately, I learned some of those lessons the hard way. Hopefully by sharing, I can spare you (and your team) from having to experience the same!
In this episode you’ll learn:
The one assumption you should never make when managing remotely.
How the “butts in seats” mentality has carried over to remote working and what you must do to eliminate the problem.
The one step you MUST always take before having a difficult conversation with a team member remotely.
Why consistency is king when it comes to employee 1:1s.
The importance of not just talking the talk, but also walking the walk - and what that looks like when you aren’t in the same room as your team!
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