Executive Leadership Coaching
3 minute read
Nov 5, 2018
Written by: Shawn Sweeney
Got questions about trends, insights, and challenges related to Spinnaker’s areas of expertise? In this regular blog, we’ll tap into our Spinnaker team of experts and do what we do best: Roll up our sleeves to find you the answers you need. In this installment of our “Ask Spinnaker” blog, we’re tackling a question that’s also personal:
We not only hear this question from our clients, we live it every day. Spinnaker’s team of experts is built based on talent, not geography. We also serve clients all over the country, often placing our Spinnaker experts on site to fully immerse themselves in the project and the business.
We’re not alone—and neither are you. According to Gallup and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 50 percent of Americans are involved in remote or virtual team work. A remote team can take many shapes, including multi-site locations, contractor relationships, work-from-home and flex approaches, and sometimes all of the above. As our global and digital economy fuels the growth of working remotely, we continue to look for ways to build strong, thriving remote teams who are productive, engaged, and connected to one another as well as to company leaders.
So how do we build a thriving remote team? Based on our experience—with clients and within our own company—there are 5 key components to creating a successful, thriving remote team:
What else are you doing to build a thriving remote team?
We want to hear from you! Got questions about trends in your industry? Want to know more about best practices in a specific area? Need advice about a challenge you’re trying to solve? Send your questions to info@SpinnakerConsultingGroup.com, or post a question for Ask Spinnaker to our LinkedIn page by tagging us at @Spinnaker Consulting Group LLC. We look forward to rolling up our sleeves to find you the answers!
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