Communication in a remote setting

Communication and collaboration are already complex issues, further complicated by remote working.

Team workers sitting in different time zones and work never happens at the same time. Real-time communication like video conferencing is great but cannot be done the whole day. Email is limited in its collaborative features.

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  • The setting of clear processes, with clear intentions and less clutter.
  • Most things aren’t urgent, and we need to work by thoughtfully communicating.
  • Making your writing refined, polite, and contextual works wonders.
  • Give all the information at once while in a remote working environment.

Real-time communication, like a Video chat, works well for casual hangouts, catch-ups, celebrations, urgent situations and one-on-one meetings. Real-time communication is necessary to get things done fast, and for visibility. The lesser, timid employees are at a disadvantage in real-time communication.

Asynchronous communication is inclusive and democratic, as it provides everyone with a chance to communicate in the same way and be heard.

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