Telecommuting can be challenging for some managers, since it requires a certain amount of blind faith at first. But in most cases, distance and performance are perfectly compatible. By setting clear objectives, employees are free to do their jobs independently with no negative impact on the company's results. It’s quite the opposite, in fact!
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While some people thrive in remote working situations, others find themselves floundering. But there’s hope. Taking the time to open up about it, or simply talk, can help establish positive communication and identify growing pains. And it can all begin with a simple and sincere, "How are you doing?".Lesson 7 • 5mn
It’s a common truth that you don't choose your colleagues. However, socialising in the office—even without an office—is the key to building trust and good relationships. According to Blay, we must give importance to the accomplishments of each individual. That's how a collective is created, even at a distance.Lesson 8 • 4mn
Remote work opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Looking past the issue of distance widens the pool of potential recruits and demonstrates the kind of flexibility that attracts new talent. In this episode, Blay gives tips on how to conduct interviews and onboard newcomers in the virtual realm.Lesson 9 • 5mn