We’ve shown you that remote employees are extremely effective. And we’ve shown you how to find and hire a great remote team. But there’s another crucial step in managing remote teams to make sure they’re as productive as possible: setting expectations.
Communicating what you expect of your employees can be intimidating, especially when they’re remote. But in this infographic, you’ll learn the five types of expectations you should set with your remote team.
As you can see, managing remote teams doesn’t have to be made more difficult by poorly defined expectations. Use these five keys to set expectations for your team and you’ll have a much better working relationship.
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- Remote Team Management: The Definitive Guide to Building a Remote Team