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Being a leader in the new world of remote work is a challenging job. Remote work upended the way that most individuals perform their daily job and likewise leaders need to re-think how they now support their people.

One of the keys to successful leadership is building trust with your people, but this can be hard when you’re not physically in the same workspace. There are no casual pleasantries in the lunchroom and there’s no opportunity to walk by and check in on someone’s daily tasks.

“Employees in high-trust organizations are more productive, have more energy at work, collaborate better with their colleagues, and stay with their employers longer than people working at low-trust companies.” …


Steven Hopper

Stories of a former high school teacher, now business consultant. Husband. Travel fanatic. Obsessed coffee drinker. And all-around nerd.

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