Updated: Aug 17, 2021
1.- You need to be flexible.Remote working could be challenging. Connectivity and household issues required some flexibility.
2.- Set expectations clearly and discuss them regularly.
– End of the day calls.
– Weekly progress meetings.
– Monthly Key Performance Indicator (KPI) evaluation.
3.- Good communications skills are essential.
– Listen, listen and listen.
4.- You need to be organized.Organization is not just about the apps you use. It is mainly about the habits that you cultivate.
Write Things Down, confirm by email every agreement, deadlines and special requirements.
Dedicate some time daily to organized pending items.
5.- Be available for your team.Either by an open and flexible availability or by specific scheduled meetings for every employee or teams. Make sure you have the time to answer potential questions, guide, reinforce and motivate them.
6.- Avoid micromanagement. You need to give time and space to people so they can be productive and develop their own ideas. If they are meeting goals and deadlines you need to trust the process.
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