Building and Leading HighPerforming Remote Teams

The popularity of remote work is rising fast. Multiple research studies show that employees who are able to skip
commuting and work away from the office, whether at home, a coffee shop or somewhere in between, are happier,
more productive and less likely to jump ship. But overseeing a team of remote employees doesn’t come naturally to many
managers, who are accustomed to seeing their employees in the office at least a few days each week. Some even question
how they can know if people working away from the office are really working.