10 Tips for Transitioning to a Fully Remote Work Enabled Team - My Cloud Crew - Deepstash
10 Tips for Transitioning to a Fully Remote Work Enabled Team - My Cloud Crew

10 Tips for Transitioning to a Fully Remote Work Enabled Team - My Cloud Crew

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MARK ZUCKERBERG, CEO OF FACEBOOK

“People are more productive working at home than people would have expected. Some people thought that everything was just going to fall apart, and it hasn’t. And a lot of people are actually saying that they’re more productive now.”

MARK ZUCKERBERG, CEO OF FACEBOOK

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Remote Work is a Unicorn (Before the Pandemic)

Remote Work is a Unicorn (Before the Pandemic)

Many companies shy away from the idea of "remote work" because they thought it will cause unproductivity and worst DISHONESTY.

But recent data collected shows that nearly six out of 10 workers reported being more productive than they expected throughout the pandemic. On average, respondents’ productivity at home was 7% higher than they expected, and 40% of workers reported they were more productive at home during the pandemic than they had been when in the office.

So, we can conclude that Remote Work is Inevitable. 

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The Transition Dilemma

The Transition Dilemma

Managers are having a hard time creating SOP's for the "new normal" especially with all the doubts and fears of employees not being "controlled" or "regulated".

Moving from the traditional workforce to remote is a crucial step to break all the old ways and move on to something that will surely revolutionize the way we view work.

From the hiring process, onboarding, and training, the companies management needs to implement systems that will help the transition more bearable for both parties.

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Clear remote work policies

If things aren't clear at the beginning of a relationship, it will not end well, don't you agree?

Being clear on what is allowed and not in a remote work setup gives boundaries, it sets a roadmap on how to do "THE WORK".

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Update hiring policies

The new normal is knocking on your companies door, it is time to update policies that will not serve the remote work culture.

Written Policies affixed with signatures (even if it's electronically) will seal the agreement for both the employee and employer, updating it is a must.

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Focus on building trust: Trust and let go

This is one of the hardest things to master, in a world full of opportunities to do bad things, an employee can't blame the company.

But the latter must give let go of the ego and start trusting, coz trust begets trust.

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Prepare the right tools: establish a remote work infrastructure

Technology is always available whenever humanity needs it.

This pandemic revolutionized the way we work, communicate and interact. We need to use all the available resources to fully transition into a remote work setup. 

Check this article to learn more.

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Empower team members and prepare managers

Giving your team extreme ownership of the things that they are doing behind the camera is the only thing you can do in a remote work setup.

Doubting will create negative vibes that will reflect on the whole team's output.

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Emphasize communication within teams

In any relationship; parental, romantic, or professional, COMMUNICATION is the key.

A "workplace" that restricts communication (intentionally or not) will fail not just in operation but in delivering the right stuff for their customer.

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Importance of Meetings and Feedback

This supports the communication within the teams, a meeting will not be a meeting without interaction, it's reporting.

Meetings and Feedbacks enable the teams to collaborate or brainstorm for improvement.

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Maintain your company culture

Company Policies, SOP's and tools to use in the remote work setup will change but company culture must be intact.

If your company promotes fun and loving workplace, whether it's onsite or remote, work culture must remain the same (or better yet improve it!).

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Embrace Innovation. Equip and educate

Employers must not be afraid of equipping their workers with knowledge. It's the only way to get a competitive advantage.

It will not only help the company grow but it will also make their employees gain self-confidence in doing their job.

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Set Goals and stay motivated

For the aspiring leaders and visionaries, you are the captain of the ship.

Setting goals and staying motivated will create a ripple effect on your team. Keep the boat's course by doing all the work necessary for your company to thrive in the remote work transition.

Remember that your employees are always looking up to you, don't let them down.

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