“Going over the presentation’s allotted time is always something to stay away from—everyone’s time is valuable and needs to be respected, Alexis Davis, Founder and CEO at Hoo-Kong says. She also cautions against speaking without listening. One of the unique strengths of a remote team is that it can bring together diverse talent from all over the world who otherwise couldn’t be working together on the same projects. Davis says this means it’s particularly important to listen, be open to new perspectives, and collaborate with team members.”

 

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