There are many daily tasks that translate well to a remote work setting, such as emails, messages, and even meetings. But what about something like critical feedback or a poor performance review — how do you handle those types of conversations? And what happens to company culture?
To help you tackle these difficult questions, we curated some of our favorite Prezi videos from employees at InVision, a digital product design company that’s fully remote. Watch these videos for insights and advice.
In a remote setting, many people are understandably hesitant to hold tough conversations around negative feedback or corrective action. But Julie DeBuhr, InVision’s Sr. Director of Employee Engagement, talks through why it’s absolutely crucial to keep communication open, honest, and transparent when everyone’s remote.
Company culture is much more than the occasional happy hour get-together. Dennis Field, Lead Designer on the People Team at InVision, shares how he helped 700 fully remote workers come together to collaborate, support each other, and build a strong virtual company culture.
No matter how seamlessly your company transitions into remote work, the effectiveness and productivity of your day starts and ends with you. Marie Kretlow, Senior Experience Designer at InVision, explains how you can develop a personal “operating system” to bring out your best work when you’re at home.