Let's start with some guidance on building and onboarding your team in a remote-first world.
Hiring the right engineer: remote interviewing that works
The hiring process can look very different in a remote world. Allison McMillan has some advice on getting this key first step right.
How to successfully onboard remote engineering staff in four weeks
Onboarding in a remote environment is more important than ever. James Stanier at Shopify has an excellent four week plan to nail this part of the process and get your new hire settled and productive.
Successfully integrating remote engineers
Inclusion doesn’t end at onboarding. Here, Greg Dick delves into integrating remote engineers.
Quick wins to create an inclusive remote organization
Vaidehi Joshi has some quick wins to optimize for inclusive remote teams.
Run better meetings to build community in your remote team
Learn to make each remote meeting matter while building a strong community, with Jason Lengstorf.
How to create more collisions in remote working environments
It’s been an ongoing challenge for managers leading remote teams: how to create those moments of magic where colleagues collide and spark ideas.
Distributed teams: how to hone connection, communication, and collaboration
In this talk from LeadDev Berlin 2020, Lena Reinhard shares her perspective on creating better connection, communication, and collaboration across distributed teams.
Effective meeting facilitation techniques
This talk from LeadDev London 2020 isn’t necessarily specific to remote dev teams, but Neha Batra of GitHub lays out the fundamentals of running effective meetings that are applicable to all types of teams.
Pandemic remote work and purpose-built remote work are not the same thing
Nick Means explains the key difference between remote working during a pandemic, and building something more sustainable.
The profound changes that our workplaces are going through give us an opportunity for leadership to improve team performance and satisfaction.
The huge opportunity of remote leadership
Sarah Milstein identifies the massive opportunity in true remote leadership.
You should now be better equipped to manage a distributed team, but here’s some further reading to help you progress further.