A Manager’s Guide to
Leading Remotely

5 key behaviors managers should keep in mind as their teams work remotely.

1. Communication Frequency

Daily touch-points with your direct reports can have a big impact on your team’s bottom line.

1. Communication Frequency

Daily touch-points with your direct reports can have a big impact on your team’s bottom line.

2. Fill the Praise Bank

Praising your team basically puts money in the “praise bank” so you can make “debits” later when you need to deliver the honest truth.

3. Team Engagement

By valuing your teams opinions, you will motivate them to speak up, share opinions and quickly alert you to problems.

3. Team Engagement

By valuing your teams opinions, you will motivate them to speak up, share opinions and quickly alert you to problems.

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4. Handling 1:1s

Regular 1:1 sessions will enable team members to ask questions, give feedback, while also indicating that you value them.

5. After hours

After-hours messaging affects the behavior of our teams, even if managers might not expect a response.

5. After hours

After-hours messaging affects the behavior of our teams, even if managers might not expect a response.

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