Whenever folks transition to remote work, they often ask about accountability. How do remote managers know their people are working? And how can remote employees show their bosses that they’re getting stuff done?
The uncertainty here can lead to two common problems: managers end up micromanaging, and employees end up overworking to prove themselves. But both of those situations are very much avoidable. The solution is, simply, trust. If you can foster a culture of trust, your remote team will thrive. Here are some tips from me and a few of my friends in remote work on how to build trust in a remote team.>>> READ MORE