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Thanks for attending the meetup!


This week on the DistanceLeader podcast, we’re going to take a look at strategies for preparing a team for distance working.

By examining the pros and cons of both collocated and distance working, as well as exploring different types of virtual working strategies, our conversation leads to some of the stressors that are unique to distance working employees. Whether developing trust, communication strategies, or expectation agreements, the resources discussed in this episode can be applied to any leadership environment.

0102 – Preparing a Team for Distance Working

 
 
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