Working from home requires extra structure, intention and care. In person, there are continuous opportunities to gather context, clarify intentions and adapt to each other’s needs. When a team is dispersed, it’s important to invest energy in planning ahead, documenting decisions, and communicating proactively. The tips and resources in this toolkit are here to help you do your best work, wherever you’re working.
Prioritize clarity, inclusion and care when leading a dispersed team. It’s important for managers and organizational leaders to set a good example and go the extra mile to make sure your teams are supported, engaged and able to do their best work.
Remote work can be particularly challenging for parents and caregivers if kids are home from school or usual caregiving arrangements aren't available. Here are some tips to help navigate this situation.