Here to chat about the importance of trust and how to foster it on remote teams, how to build meaningful and sustainable relationships when working virtually, and how to use both of those things to build a diverse and inclusive company culture, please join me in welcoming to the show, our guest, Kaleem Clarkson.
As stated in Buffer’s 2020 State of Remote Work, isolation and loneliness were identified as one of the biggest struggles when working remotely.
Are you struggling with navigating work with a distributed or remote workforce? Are you looking for insights on different ways to lead and manage a remote workforce? Do you want to know what the future of work looks like with more remote workers? Kaleem Clarkson is here to answer these and many other questions about leading and managing remote workforces.
The 2020 State of Remote Work indicates that the two biggest struggles of working remotely are loneliness and communication. Join Kaleem Clarkson of Blend Me, Inc and Garrett Rokosh, of Social Architect experts in the remote employee experience and virtual human connection, to learn how leaders can create the most socially connected remote teams on the planet.
Kaleem Clarkson, COO at Blend Me, Inc tells us about the importance of seeking a work-life integration while working remotely. These have not been normal times for remote workers either, and companies have a major role on making their employees experience the benefits of working from home, rather than the disadvantages. Managers need to focus on providing the right tools to avoid putting that much pressure on their teams' well-being.
This week on the Control the Room Podcast, I’m excited to speak with Kaleem Clarkson, COO and Co-founder of Blend Me, Inc., a consulting firm that cultivates remote employee experiences from onboarding through off-boarding. He has a particular interest in culture-driven organizations.
If you don't see someone in person, how can you develop a real connection with them?
Communicating without a physical workplace can be hard. Many companies and employees who've never been away from a central office for this amount of time are feeling disconnected. But the symptom is not the problem.
To foster a connection to a company's vision and mission, employees need to feel challenged, rewarded, and they need to be able to "feel" the culture, even if they can't physically see it.