Remote work shifts the focus to outcomes, opening the door to ironclad accountability for the leaders who've established clear ownership of goals and KPIs.
When teams work remotely, outcomes become the true gauge of accountability. While this may be an adjustment for some, it represents an opportunity for the business. Leaders can leverage remote work to make accountability ironclad by establishing clear ownership and inviting team members to take more active roles in company goals.
Continue reading to find out how you can shift accountability from something that's measured by the amount of time spent at your desk to real business outcomes.