Kevin Eikenberry, Co-Founder of the Remote Leadership Institute
Essential Ingredients for Effectively Leading Remote Teams
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Leading People
Kevin Eikenberry, Co-Founder of the Remote Leadership Institute

In the current environment, many of us are adjusting to working from home. Even if you were used to having some of your team members work from home periodically, most business owners still have an office or a shop or a store (a physical location where your business is housed). Let’s face it… making the transition from leading a team in the office to leading a remote team can be difficult.

How can you see how people are really doing?

How do you maintain culture/esprit de corps when people aren’t together?

How can you know if everything that needs to get done is getting done?

How do ensure the right people are having the right conversations with each other, with partners, with suppliers, and with customers?

Over the years, you’ve developed a sixth sense of sorts. You can walk into your business and almost immediately tell how morale is doing and how productive people are. With everyone working at home, that ability to get a real-time pulse is missing and it can be a little nerve-racking.

On this call, we will give you the Essential Ingredients for Effectively Leading Remote Teams, including tips and best practices in the following areas:

  • Engaging team members
  • Keeping culture alive and well
  • Meeting rhythm do’s and don’ts
  • Clear performance expectations and dashboards/measurement