You’re ready. You’re good at time management, you’re highly skilled, and you’re ready to handle the demands of a remote position. The only problem? You won’t get hired unless you convince someone else that you’re perfect for the position.
As a leader, you’re responsible for one thing. This one thing can transform the way people not only feel about working, but the satisfaction they get from their contributions. It can be the difference between winning and losing, between problem-solving and chaos. And it can be summed up in one word: Culture.
If you’re creating a slide deck for your team, you want it to keep them awake, but you also have a lot of information to communicate. How do you make sure you cover all your bases while crafting a slide deck that’s exciting?
When your team is distributed geographically, it’s harder to communicate, collaborate, and generally bond as a team – so you can use all the advice you can get. These five tips will help you fine-tune your leadership style to get your distributed team harmonizing like no other.
It’s a common problem in any workspace: despite all your hard work putting together a presentation, most of it goes through one ear and slips out the other. By mastering presentation design, so you can set your audience up for more engagement and higher retention.
Along with the growth of remote teams, plenty of challenges have sprung up. One of the biggest pitfalls? Collaborating effectively. It’s difficult to truly work together when separated by state lines and timezones. But with these 4 easy steps, you can radically improve your team’s ability to get the job done from anywhere.
The most valuable skills in business spring from one thing: effective communication. In today’s digital world, we have to be deliberate about how we communicate online. Follow these best practices to master online communication.
Meetings are essential — when they’re done right. Yet an organized and effective meeting can sometimes feel like a refreshing change of pace, with Atlassian reporting that workers spend as much as 31 hours every month in unproductive meetings. Hosting a productive and eventful online meeting means that you need to invest more than a…