The Top 6 Areas Remote Leaders Struggle With

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Running Remote 2023 will run across 2 stages with 35+ sessions and 50+ speakers covering the most common challenges that remote & hybrid leaders faced in the year 2022.

Have you ever wondered “ok, but how do you even come up with the topics?”

Great question!

In general, the Running Remote team is continuously listening to the latest industry news and trends to keep our community inform in our weekly digest. On top of that, we have constant insightful and open conversations with experts in the remote space which determine the content of our agenda.

But this time, we took the extra step and focused entirely on the challenges shared by 300+ members of our private community for remote-first & hybrid founders, People Operations executives and Heads of Remote. And let me tell you, there was no one better to help us than those on the frontline in a safe environment…the results were stunning.

Based on the responses, we managed to establish 6 key areas where the modern-day remote leader finds challenge. 

Here are the most common struggles: and some of the sessions you will be able to attend if you’re joining us for Running Remote 2023 in Lisbon! 

Company culture

  • How the future works: A blueprint to bring flexible work to your organization
  • Fostering connection and culture in distributed teams
  • The 5 dysfunctions of remote work

For more sessions on this topic, check out our schedule.

Hiring, training

  • The top legal implications associated with remote work
  • When should you employ, contract or outsource? How we built a model to scale our operations to 12 Countries in under 18 months
  • How to really run global payroll from startup to exit (without getting sued)

For more sessions on this topic, check out our schedule.

Effective communication

  • The difference between remote and distributed
  • The 5 dysfunctions of remote work

For more sessions on this topic, check out our schedule.

Engagement and motivation

  • How to become a company everyone wants to work for
  • Creating an Ownership Mindset – Remote Teams (with worker equity and inspiring leadership)

For more sessions on this topic, check out our schedule.

Team collaboration

  • Productivity hacks and deep work methodology 
  • How to build a hybrid team for success

For more sessions on this topic, check out our schedule.

  • Change management: rolling out remote strategies across departments 
  • Future of work in the metaverse with OpenAI

For more sessions on this topic, check out our schedule.

Change management

Which of these six areas do you find most challenging in your day-to-day operation? Which sessions are you most excited about attending? Let us know in the comment section below! 

 

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