If you’re a leader used to working with your team in person, the remote and hybrid arrangements popularized in recent years may have you scratching your head about best practices. That’s especially the case when there are a lot of moving parts and players to keep track of.
We found an article by the CEO of a remote content firm, with 10 useful tips for overcoming these novel challenges. Each point offers an in-depth way to get better results, both for the team itself, and for each individual working for you. The tips include familiarizing yourself with asynchronous communication, assigning mentors to new hires, and building bonds through small moments of encouragement.
Read on at themuse.com to pick up a tip or two on remote and hybrid leading.