Communicate with remote employees often, make sure they have the tools to do their jobs and set up video calls to build teamwork. "Successful leaders of remote teams have learned how important it is to create a culture of mutual trust and transparency and to measure and observe individual and team performance in real time to prevent projects from going off the tracks," says Gail Meneley, principal of Shields Meneley Partners.
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