remote teams communication

We’ve all heard people say that communication is key.

And, as cliche as it may sound, it’s true. Communication is important in every aspect of life—and business is no exception. And with a remote team? It’s vital.

This quote by Jeremey Duvall of Automattic pretty much sums it up:

“In many ways, communication is the lifeblood of an organization.”

This couldn’t be more true; communication is the very foundation of just about everything.

But here’s the thing: Just about everyone will agree with you if you say communication is important. Yep, it’s pretty much universal. But everyone’s idea of good communication can vary, which is why you need to make sure everyone is on the same page.

As a remote-first company, we write a lot about what it’s like working remotely and how to make it work. We have teammates located in the U.S. and all around the world, so we know a thing or two about efficient remote communication.

We all meet up annually when possible, and yet we communicate on a regular basis. If you’re part of a remote team, then you know how important communication is.

If you’re thinking of joining a remote team, or you’re just curious about how remote teams communicate remotely, check out these five ways to make it work:

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