Read the A Distributed Workforce Toolkit for the Long Haul guide to learn how to keep remote team members in step with one another.
Even when you succeed in creating a collaborative culture, you’ll inevitably encounter instances of in-house rivalry and disagreement. In the face of those challenges, it’s essential to build consensus and keep the team cohesive and on course. So how can you keep everyone on the same page?
All employees need a team-oriented culture supported by the collaboration, communication, and project management tools and technologies required to do their best work. When leading a distributed workforce, those needs come into sharper focus. By providing remote employees with adequate and appropriate support, you create the conditions necessary for your distributed workforce—and your business—to thrive.