One of my most frustrating leadership experiences involved setting things aright after a near miss with a remote team
A team will go through some rough patch before it jells. Watch out for it, expect it and plan towards making it smooth. Brace for impact.
This post focuses on techniques and tactics for onboarding scenarios. These are the techniques I have seen over a decade of remote mentoring, being in teams and leading teams. Think of the suggestions as tailored heuristics for onboarding a new team based on the scenario.
This post focuses on steps to take during the first 3 months of forming a new team. It is the second post in the "How to onboard teams" series which covers lessons and techniques acquired from ramping up many teams.