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More companies are beginning to embrace the freedom and benefits that remote work has to offer. Whether it’s a few home office days or a completely remote setup many managers will sooner or later find themselves managing employees in new ways because of that. Organizations like Netguru, who are already frontrunning the remote working revolution are already aware of many challenges distributed management bare. Like any new process, there will be some pitfalls that as a leader of a distributed team you need to make sure to avoid! Not being in the same physical space as your teammates can make it a bit more difficult, but with some careful thought, you can make the most out of remote work arrangements. We’ve teamed up with experts from Remote-how Academy for Managers, to share with you how to lead and build highly effective teams despite the distance. Among Academy experts that consists of 3 separate paths: for remote individuals, for managers of distributed teams and for HR managers, is also Dorota Piotrowska, Netguru's Head of People. In a path dedicated to HR Managers she talks about designing an inclusive remote organization like Netguru.
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Do you know this proverb: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” What if you decide to go far and fast... together? This is what we experience here at Netguru. We know that we are strong only as a close-knit team. We must go together. Besides, the more the merrier. We want to reach ambitious goals rather than rest on our laurels. We want to go far. Finally, we know that we can go far as a team only if we quickly react to market trends. We have to move fast in a truly Agile way. Under such circumstances, we must constantly make sure that we are all on the same page. How do we do that? The answer is simple: knowledge sharing.
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