Managing remote teams is a challenge many leaders face under normal circumstances, but these aren’t normal circumstances.
The COVID-19 virus has reshaped not only the way we work, but the way we live. There’s added pressure, stress, and uncertainty that is facing every single person on your team. With all of the daily distractions and extra stress, employees are at risk of feeling more disconnected from work and from their colleagues than ever.
Ally hosted a webinar about tackling the challenges of managing a remote team, and invited experts from Gitlab and CloudApp to join us. We’re sharing that webinar, in its entirety, below. Enjoy!
Emilie Schario, Data Engineer at GitLab: Gitlab is the world’s largest fully-remote company. Emilie will share her experience and what Gitlab has learned over the years about the tools and tactics to keep your team aligned and moving forward.
Joe Martin, VP of Marketing at Cloud App: CloudApp makes digital communication simple, and visual. In a remote world, establishing a culture around sharing quick, visual assets instead of scheduling meetings for every need can save your team countless hours (and headaches).
Matt Volm, VP of Operations at Ally.io: Not only is Matt VP of Operations for an OKR software company; he’s also responsible for developing and driving Ally’s internal OKR process, keeping every leader, department, and employee aligned and dancing to the same rhythm.
In this webinar, we dig into the challenges that any remote team faces, and solutions to solve them:
Check out the full webinar below.
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