At Fierce, we know that the relationships shared between everyone involved in the business, both coworkers and clients, determine its ability to succeed or fail.
As our Founder, Susan Scott, wrote in FIERCE CONVERSATIONS, “Our most valuable currency is not money. Nor is it intelligence, attractiveness, fluency in three-letter acronyms, or the ability to write code or analyze a P&O statement. Our most valuable currency is relationship.”
The virtual workplace only deepens our need to have authentic relationships with the people we work with, especially those we lead.
In this Forbes article, Fierce CEO Ed Beltran discusses one significant mistake remote managers are making and outlines key steps you can take to avoid it.