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Supportive Visibility

Remote workspaces can quickly become a quiet space of unaddressed messages. Everyone should know their work is being seen and appreciated. The golden rule is: never leave an effort unacknowledged.

  • Prioritize remote-first video meetings that give everyone an equal presence.
  • Give credit where credit is due. Tag the person where work is occurring that references them.
  • Responding to each team interaction does not have to be a burden. Make use of emoji reactions for a quick show of support. Make a team rule never to leave a question unanswered or a shared resource unacknowledged in chat.

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