The Beginner’s Guide to Building a Remote Team
Today I want to introduce you to the Beginner’s Guide to Building a Remote Team. It’s 6,000 word guide that breaks down everything you need to know in order to start building a remote team for your business.
Here’s what you’re going to learn:
There are a lot of reasons why remote employees are better than traditional employees. Some of the benefits are obvious but many of them will surprise you.
Now that you know the benefits of remote working, you’re probably wondering whether or not remote employees make sense for your business. The truth is, remote employees don’t work for every business or individual.
Not every employee is willing to work remotely. Not surprisingly, the best places to find remote workers are on the web. Here’s a list to get you started.
The process for hiring a remote worker is a little bit different from the process for hiring a traditional employee. There are four basic steps you need to be aware of.
Managing a remote team can be a challenge if you don’t know what you’re doing.. Let’s dive in and take a close look at how to effectively manage remote workers and teams.
You likely won’t be interacting face-to-face with your remote team very often. It’s important to pay close attention to your team’s mood and motivation and handle small issues right away before they turn into bigger problems.
One of the biggest challenges with remote teams is how to show appreciation and reward great employees. Often listening is the best reward and gestures that show you care will yield the best results.
Firing an employee is always difficult. Having remote employees doesn’t make it any easier. While careful hiring can limit the number of times you need to let an employee go, it’s bound to happen sooner or later.
Growing your business with a remote team would not be possible without technology. Having the right collaborations tools is essential for building a successful remote team.