We tend to think of accountability in quantitative terms: deadlines met, projects completed, performance targets hit. But accountability takes on more qualitative elements in a virtual workplace. Working on your own does not and should not mean working in isolation. Leaders therefore take on the role of connecting individuals, groups, and resources with one another. This allows everyone to feel plugged into the organization, knowledgeable about the project, and equipped and empowered to make decisions. So, what are the keys to instilling accountability into remote teams?
Finally, to keep remote team members motivated and committed to the company, it’s essential to understand how they define job satisfaction.
Read the Managing a Distributed Workforce guide to learn how accountability can help bring remote teams together.
How keeping people connected pushes productivity.
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