Work used to be something done in offices. Today, it's done in coffeeshops, coworking spaces, and on couches across the world. Not only does remote work provide better work-life balance for employees, it can be highly beneficial to employers as well, including increased employee engagement, higher retention, and lower operating costs. In a world where 76% of Millennials would prefer to have a job that pays less money if it offers flexible work, acquiring top talent is becoming more and more difficult without allowing employees virtual work options. As the CEO of a fully-remote workforce with 26 full-time employees and 3,000 independent contractors, Chris Dyer has a deep understanding of the benefits and challenges that come with virtual teams. Chris attributes much of this success to creating a phenomenal virtual workforce where employees strive to do their best every single day. In this session, Chris shares secrets for a high-performance culture where virtual employees thrive.
- Learn to devlop a familial workplace culture where virtual employees feel emotionally connected and invested.
- Learn how to build two-way trust and better communication between remote employees and managers.
- Learn how to spot when certain job functions or employees are simply not compatible with remote work.