Are you a starter, adopter, or remote work leader?
We meet you where you're at to build a high performance virtual team.
Remote work and in-office work demand entirely different dynamics. But who's to say that an office can't function virtually? Our global, fully virtual team understands the real challenges when setting teams up to thrive, without compromising company culture.
COVID-19 has forced many traditional offices into makeshift remote setups. Many of these setups aren’t optimized to sustain a virtual office, so we've built the roadmap. We know the rules and tools every company needs, regardless of where you are on your remote work journey.
How it works:
We know there's no one-size-fits-all approach. We work with your team through a series on online sessions to meet you exactly where you are—right now—and build your foundations up. You'll complete a questionnaire to determine whether you're a starter, adopter, or leader in remote work. Regardless of where you fall, we have the solution.
How we help your teams:
- We lay out a strategy and align with leadership for a successful virtual organization
- We build processes and systems to create scalable and robust practices for sustainable remote work
- We engage, drive, motivate, and fine-tune your teams
- We build up your emerging leaders
And we do all of this while having fun!
Remote work is an integral part of digital transformation. We must adapt, or else become irrelevant. We’ve walked hundreds of companies through this journey, and now, it’s your turn.
Your company wants more flexibility and versatility with its workforce and sees the benefits of offering a remote option. However, you require some guidance in order to make it a reality.
You likely have remote employees for a different number of reasons—whether for some individuals to travel to client sites, or even for the day-to-day duties of certain roles that can be done remotely.
The tools and infrastructure are in place to support a team of independent workers. Remote culture is forming but you still struggle with inclusion and need ways to improve insights and communication.