Manage remote employees webinar

Managing a remote team comes with its own unique set of challenges. That’s exactly why we hosted this webinar on how to make remote work part of your team’s DNA, hosted by Laurel Farrer and featuring some of today’s top remote work experts. Watch the recording here, or keep reading to learn more.

What you’ll learn from this webinar

  • Models of remote work and what really makes remote work different
  • Effective virtual and asynchronous communication
  • Compensation, benefits, and equality in a remote or hybrid team
  • Building a digital toolkit to unify distributed teams and manage information
  • Emotional intelligence, self care, and supportive leadership
  • What the future of distributed work looks like, according to the experts

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77%

of remote employees say they are more productive when working from home.

74%

say the ability to work remotely would make them less likely to change jobs.

10%

fewer in-office hours results in a 15% decrease in a worker’s carbon footprint.

$11K

is the average a company can save per part-time worker per year by allowing them to work from home.

About the speakers

Laurel Farrer CEO & Founder of Distribute Consulting

Laurel Farrer, CEO & Founder of Distribute Consulting

Laurel is a Distributed Operations Consultant working with top remote-friendly organizations worldwide to develop effective remote management strategies.

Darren Murph

Darren Murph, Head of Remote at GitLab

Darren has spent his career leading remote teams and helping businesses transition to distributed work. At GitLab, he works at the intersection of people, operations, culture, inclusivity, communication, talent branding, and marketing

Helen Kupp

Helen Kupp, Director of Product Strategy at Slack

Helen designs membership and product experience at Slack’s Future Forum, a consortium that is working to re-imagine work and management and help organizations transform to thrive in the new economy.

Darren Buckner

Darren Buckner, Co-founder & CEO of Workfrom

Darren has experienced remote work as both an employee and a CEO. Now, his team at Workfrom connects workers and helps people find spaces and resources that allow them thrive outside the office.

Leah Knobler

Leah Knobler, Director of Talent Acquisition at Help Scout

Since 2015, Leah has been building the 105 person, fully distributed team at Help Scout. You can also usually find her talking and writing about remote culture, recruiting, and diversifying tech.

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