May 12, 2019

Remote Relationships Are Worthy of Examination

Remote Relationships

The past few weeks, we’ve been talking about core values, specifically our value of relationships. Our company is primarily virtual – our contractors and clients are remote. Because we are unable to physically work with these folks on a daily basis, it’s even more important that we foster those relationships.

Last week, I had the opportunity to talk about relationship building in a virtual world in my interview on The Lisa Valentine Clark Show. There are advantages, challenges and unique circumstances that make it worthy of examination. If you’re curious about how you can enhance your remote relationships, I encourage you to listen to my 15-minute segment on the show. Click here to listen.

Remote Relationships

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