Give your remote team unstructured time for collaboration

One of the biggest challenges of working remotely is the inability to informally ask questions and share information. Even with intentional team building – like virtual happy hours and games – remote workers still report feeling disconnected from their co-workers, notes Barbara Z. Larson in this article. Larson asked Mark Strassman, an executive with 20 years of experience leading remote teams, about his three favorite ways to collect and collaborate with colleagues virtually. All three are surprisingly simple to implement and could have a big impact on curbing remote work fatigue and burnout. Download this article and learn why and how to offer three techniques for unstructured virtual collaboration: virtual coworking, hotwalls, and open office hours. 


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