Communicate often with remote team members

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Leaders of teams working remotely need to offer open lines of communication and find out what team members need to be most productive, says leadership speaker and author Kevin Eikenberry. “Make time for people, schedule times for check-ins and conversations and intentionally reach out — like you would do as you walk down the hall onsite,” he suggests.

More and more of us are working remotely some or all of the time. Leaders are now challenged with managing teams spread across time zones. Taking on this topic of remote leadership is Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel in their book The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership.

Kevin Eikenberry is the founder of Kevin Eikenberry Group, the author of several books, and a leadership speaker. Wayne Turmel is the cofounder of the Remote Leadership Institute and also has authored numerous books.

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