Today’s question gets you as a team thinking about, and in dialogue around the question for the remote working space “When is off, really off?”.
As I have asked in other Teams365 posts, are there core hours of work when people are expected to be on?
What happens when people need to turn off?
What is expected in terms of response time?
If someone is off, how do they signal this?
What communication channels do you have to ensure that people know when people are off, and when they are on?
What do team members understand about workflow and prioritization so they can plan more effectively or workflow and time?
Issues which seem small in the face-to-face context can get magnified easily in the remote space. What’s important to note?
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