As a remote team, company habits ensure we provide consistent, high-quality work to our clients despite our distant locations from each other. Remote team habits help build a company culture.
Along with setting professional goals, it’s useful for a company to create repeatable processes and standard workflows. What are repeatable processes and why do we need them? In order to be efficient, it is important to create repeatable processes. If you do something more than once, consider creating a standard workflow for it, with steps…
On a remote team, each member must be a self-starter. This can make setting professional goals more challenging than in a typical office setting, but no less important. At RED, we set collective company goals at our quarterly review conferences. Individual team members set their own professional goals based on knowledge gaps they perceive themselves,…
Find out how our project manager, Ben, found a fun way to encourage team spirit on a remote team.
It turns out RED is really an old-timer when it comes to remote work! Emma started RED in 2001, and hired her first remote team member in late 2004. But times have changed over the past decade and a half. What does a remote team look like now as compared to then? What is it like managing a fully remote team?
How can you improve remote team dynamics to keep your remote team cohesive and working together smoothly? How can a remote team build rapport?
RED is a remote team, so getting together in person is a rare treat. We’ve been around since 2001, and finally held our first team retreat in 2017. See how it went!
The RED team had been throwing around the idea of a team retreat for some time. With a remote team, it’s not easy to organize in-person time. But the time has come!