Hybrid or fully distributed teams need to work even harder to find a rhythm together than teams who share an office or coworking space. Remote teams still have to meet their objectives, , find ways to collaborate as a group, and innovate in partnership with one another. In this episode, Inclusion in Progress is going to be diving into the number one thing that remote teams need to work effectively and feel included at work. As a fully remote team that is comfortable gathering data across cultures and borders, and knows the challenges and benefits of supporting teams working virtually — we share not only our experiences, but the experiences of other organizations we’re supporting to find success with their remote teams.
In This Episode:
[1:45] A brief recap after our month away [5:05] Team IIP’s thoughts on the remote vs. in-person debate and how we define Work From Anywhere . [7:30] We share case studies of how flexible work can support increased representation of diverse groups and perspectives within an organization [11:30] What role does trust play in making remote team members feel welcome and included at work? [14:40] Which two forms of interpersonal trust do we measure when we assess how effective virtual teams are? [18:35] Why is institutional trust integral to the success of remote teams?
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