How to be a Good Teammate on a Blended Team

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How to be a Good Teammate on a Blended Team



What does your team look like after Covid? Odds are it will be a mix of people in the office while others work remotely, at least part of the time. Hybrid teams will be an increasingly common—and difficult—way of working in the coming years. Can you really be a good teammate when you’re in a different location from your colleagues? How will you ensure collaboration and relationship building while avoiding cliques and the perception of favoritism?

Join Wayne Turmel as we look at the challenges of being a great remote teammate. Using research and tips from his new book, “The Long-Distance Teammate, Stay Engaged and Connected Working from Anywhere” you will get a better understanding of what it takes to help form amazing, productive hybrid teams.

Attendees will learn

  • What opportunities and challenges will arise from Hybrid Teams.
  • How to apply the 3P Model for Being a Remote Teammate.
  • Tips for bridging the gap between the office team and your remote colleagues.
  • Tips for using technology to bridge social and physical distance.
  • How to be visible to your manager and teammates no matter where they work.
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How to be a Good Teammate on a Blended Team


Wayne Turmel is a writer, speaker, and co-founder of the Remote Leadership Institute. For 25 years, he has helped people communicate effectively to lead employees, teams, and projects. For the last 12 years, he has focused on learning the skills necessary to survive – and thrive – in the complex world of remote work. Wayne is the author of 12 books, including Meet Like You Mean It – A Leader’s Guide to Painless and Productive Virtual Meetings and The Long-Distance Leader – Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership, which he co-authored with Kevin Eikenberry. He has worked with clients and spoken at conferences around the world, and Marshall Goldsmith has called him “One of the most unique voices in leadership.” Originally from Canada, Wayne now lives and works in Las Vegas.

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