14 Strategies For Building A Strong Culture Among Your Remote Tech Team



With advanced technical skills and knowledge, professionals in the tech industry may have an easier time than others when adjusting to the logistics of remote work. However, they may still feel the lack of synergy from working side-by-side with their colleagues.

To help mitigate this issue, tech leaders with remote employees need to make an extra effort to build and maintain a strong team culture. If you’re looking for ways to make your offsite team feel more connected, try these 15 tips from the members of Forbes Technology Council.

1. Weekly Progress Meetings

I recommend that tech teams have weekly meetings. Use this time not only as an opportunity to go over goals and progress on specific projects but also as an opportunity to build a strong company culture. Asking people to share good news or giving praise to colleagues are great ways to get the ball rolling and build friendships within your business. - Thomas Griffin, OptinMonster

2. Daily Five-Minute Huddles

Schedule time to connect. Making a daily five-minute “huddle” part of your team’s routine has a tremendous impact on communication, efficiency and effectiveness—all hallmarks of a great culture. The huddle isn’t a problem-solving session but a quick status check-in and an opportunity to surface issues that need others’ help to resolve. This works as effectively via Zoom as it does in person. - Paul Lipman, BullGuard

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Source: Forbes

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