Remote leadership is today’s most pressing skillset
Even without today’s forcing factors, remote work has long been a foregone conclusion in the engineering world. The massive imbalance between supply and demand – an estimated 1M unfilled engineering jobs in 2020 – means that thousands of fast-growing technology companies are already building remote teams in countries across the world.
But, the remote work paradigm has shifted faster than anyone expected. As your remote workforce grows, effective remote leadership is one of the most critical skills you can develop for your team and your organization.
Your guide to remote:
For engineering leaders, by engineers leaders
We’ve tapped our team and network of remote work experts to curate top advice, insights, and tools into a remote teams playbook tailored for future-ready engineering leaders like yourself so that you’re equipped with the necessary skills to build thriving remote teams on pace with the rapid shifts in global talent markets.
> part one
How to structure remote teams for success
Companies don’t become remote organizations overnight. In this section you will learn about hybrid-remote team styles, the pitfalls in remote teams to look out for (and how to overcome them), and how to select and hire for the right remote roles on your team.
> part two
The art of choosing the right talent market
From mapping talent pools to meet your hiring needs, to taking a data-driven approach to market selection, this section will show you how to effectively focus your remote talent search on the right market.
> part three
10 best practices for managing remote teams
Learn how to balance synchronous and asynchronous communication, create outstanding onboarding procedures, and empower your engineering managers. This section brings together insights from our network of experts including Distribute Consulting, Range, Pathlight, PresenceLearning, and Bluescape Software to help you learn critical skills for remote management.