Is it complicated to maintain a strong culture when working remotely? This was one of the questions that came up as we decided to go fully remote. I wondered if we needed to make changes. What is the difference anyway?
The first thing I found out was that the methods of building a strong culture remotely v’s in-office are very similar. The foundations are the same, you just need to make some adjustments to the way in which you do things.
Inspired by good practices from the amazing teams at Zoom and Trello, we’ve created a 5 step guide for laying the foundations of healthy work culture:
Most of us would like to make a change in the world, and since we spend the majority of our time at work, it would be great if we could do this during our working hours.
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