But What If I Can’t Tap My Remote Employee on the Shoulder? – Chelsea Troy


This is cool: a careful analysis of the "shoulder tap" interruption, how it doesn't work fro remote employees, and why that might be a good thing.

"When employees go remote, it can feel to decision-makers like some of their control is evaporating into the ether because they can no longer tap those employees on the shoulder and expect immediate answers. But instead of evaporating into the ether, that control instead transfers to the remote employees themselves. This is a good thing"


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