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Modern teams aren't restricted by physical proximity, and leaders will look everywhere for the best people to work together to achieve their goals. Their teams have full-time people and part-time people, in-office people and telecommuters, permanent staff and contractors, freelancers and salaried employees - and everybody else who fits.
 
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People relate to each other in different ways, and in-office team members quickly learn each other's styles. That's not so easy in a distributed team, where team members are more remote, communicate mainly using technology, and have more diverse cultural backgrounds.
 
The best leaders share their wisdom and experience with their team members, to build their judgement and give them greater power, responsibility and authority. Traditionally, this has been done in person, so this needs new skills for working with distributed teams. In this third episode of this three-part series, we talk about "opening the door" - …
 
The best leaders share their wisdom and experience with their team members, to build their judgement and give them greater power, responsibility and authority. Traditionally, this has been done in person, so this needs new skills for working with distributed teams. In this second episode of this three-part series, we talk about "raising the roof" -…
 
The best leaders share their wisdom and experience with their team members, to build their judgement and give them greater power, responsibility and authority. Traditionally, this has been done in person, so this needs new skills for working with distributed teams. In this first part of our three-part series, we'll talk about "breaking down the wal…
 
Employee engagement is an important factor in the workplace, because an engaged workforce is a motivated workforce, and a motivated workforce is more productive. How do you design the ideal workplace in a distributed team? Ask your in-office workers and remote workers for help, and you'll be surprised by the depth and breadth of their ideas.…
 
As a leader, you know the importance of constant, consistent, ongoing improvement in your systems, processes, and operations. You might be engaging your in-person team members in this continuous improvement, but are you fully involving your remote team members as well? They bring more diversity, offer novel insights, and fast-track your growth and …
 
Conflicts are inevitable in any workplace, but can be particularly challenging in distributed teams. In the first episode of this two-part topic, we looked at how to prevent conflicts. But conflict is inevitable, so let's look at how to address and resolve it.
 
Conflicts are inevitable in any workplace, but can be particularly challenging in distributed teams, where team members don't work in the same office. As a leader, it's important to understand these differences, so you can prevent conflicts before they occur if possible, and address them promptly when they do occur.…
 
We now have so many ways to collaborate - faster, more efficiently, and with more people. But is collaboration always such a good thing? Too much of it can lead to collaborative overload, which stifles decision-making, puts pressure on key people in your team, and defeats the purpose of having a smart, diverse, team.…
 
Members of distributed teams value and expect opportunities for professional development just as much as in-office team members. As a leader or manager, you might need to be proactive and innovative to find ways to help accelerate the experience curve for your distributed team members.
 
There's a common belief that innovation and synergy are weaker in distributed teams, because people don't bump into each other to spark great ideas. However, that's not necessarily true. It is possible, as long as you overcome the natural "out of sight, out of mind" bias against your remote workers.
 
If you're working in a distributed team, you might already know about common tools and apps, such as Dropbox, Evernote, iCloud, GoToMeeting, Google Hangouts, Skype, Buffer, and Hootsuite. These are all wonderful tools, but there are also a whole host of other tools available. We're going to share some of them today.…
 
There's no doubt telecommuting has increased, and that's just one part of the changing workplace. Faxes, paper, fixed working hours, desktop computers, landline phones, and LANs are still around, but they are gradually being overtaken by electronic documents, the Cloud, flexible working hours, laptops, smartphone, and WiFi. In this episode we look …
 
Often, people in distributed teams don't have the same personal connections with remote team members as they have with people in the same office. This is natural, of course, but can be overcome. Creating better personal connections leads to more rewarding work, better collaboration, and higher productivity..…
 
The old way of setting goals is to sit down every January and set your goals for the next 12 months. But that doesn't work anymore because the world is changing so fast. This means goals quickly become irrelevant and it's too easy to get sidetracked by other priorities. So, instead of setting 12-month goals, do 3-month or 90-day goals. This episode…
 
Many managers admit they don’t know how to manage and lead virtual teams effectively — particularly when it comes to trust, communication, managing deadlines, and achieving consensus in decision-­making. In this episode, we address five common myths and offer suggestions and advice for how managers and leaders can overcome them.…
 
Out of Office workers who aspire to management roles must work harder than their in-office colleagues to convince management they’re suitable for such roles. In this episode, we look at five skills the Gallup organisation identified for great managers, and show you how to demonstrate them as an Out of Office worker.…
 
As personal mobile devices continue to grow in popularity, organisations are grappling with the issue of how to allow employees to use them in the workplace. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) debate continues to rage. In this episode we present pros and cons, and then look at 10 principles for facilitating BYOD in your workplace.…
 
Last month, Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer made a ruling that all Yahoo staff need to be physically in the office - in other words, no more Out of Office work. The decision sparked off discussion, debate and arguments, both in the tech media and in mainstream media as well. Now that the dust is settling, we'll discuss some of the issues around this - in…
 
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