Being an effective leader of remote teams

We tend to think of teams as homogeneous groups of people working in the same space, at the same time, and having an on-site supervisor. This has been the norm throughout history, but with the current technological revolution at full speed, we might want to tweak this definition, or even change it altogether.

Teams tend to be global nowadays and the common denominators of a team are no longer the shared office space and the common working schedule. They tend to be common tasks, goals, deadlines that are carried out by groups of individuals located in America, Europe, and Asia and who work across different time zones.

Read more: Are remote teams the future of the workplace?

As teams are becoming more and more globally dispersed, technology becomes the essential glue that connects all members and facilitates communication.

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