In fact, over 60% of U.S. employees between the ages of 22 and 65 say they work remotely at least occasionally — and 99% of people would choose to work remotely, at least part-time, if they could.
Of course, there are plenty of challenges that come with remote work, as well.
Additionally, he’s VP at a business with incredibly distributed teams: Slack has 2,000 employees at 18 different offices across 10 countries.
Here, I spoke with Armstrong about Slack’s culture when it comes to remote inclusion, the management style he uses when leading remote teams, and how to align and increase collaboration across distributed teams.
Whether you find yourself suddenly needing to switch to remote work due to circumstances outside your control or you’ve been managing a remote team for a while, keep reading to learn Armstrong’s three biggest remote leadership tips.

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