Jeff Robbins interviews Tammy Bjelland about helping remote workers develop core competencies, training remote leaders, and the nuances of creating curricula for remote workers.
Creating adaptable curricula for remote workers
Teaching new remote workers about how to get started successfully in a distributed environment
Why developing skills around autonomy matters to remote workers
Challenges distributed teams face in building or repairing trust
Dangers of trusting too much when hiring new distributed employees
Career development issues workers often encounter at distributed companies
Difficulties around hiring entry-level employees to work remotely
Communicating enough while working remotely
Importance of developing a good structure for onboarding remote employees
Learning how to ask for help on distributed teams
For Remote Workers: Workplaceless helps remote workers develop core competencies
For Remote Leaders: Leadplaceless helps remote leaders gain the skills necessary to lead a remote team
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