Managing remote teams has never been more critical than it is right now. For remote teams to be successful, they need to operate in a culture built on trust, collaboration, and teamwork. They need to know the rules and expectations from the beginning.
When you put people first, higher production and KPIs will follow. This isn’t just feel-good stuff. There is data to support it.
According to a 2019 Harvard study done by Marcus Buckingham, when you have high trust with a manager or leader on the team, your employee engagement goes up eight times, which is a proxy for performance.
Teamwork must be a strategic priority. Heading into the fourth quarter is the perfect time to stop, take an honest look at the culture in your law firm, and reset for 2021.
What are you doing to create a collaborative culture and build trust? Jason Treu shares why he created Cards Against Mundanity and how he uses this exercise as a tool to create empathy in building successful teams.
What you’ll learn in this episode:
- How to create a high level of trust in a virtual environment
- Why knowing your people extremely well is critical to team success
- Which questions to ask your team that build trust
- A simple way to increase productivity from 15-30%
- How to communicate and collaborate more effectively with your team