If you’re a client-based business, some aspects of your work are remote: email, video conferencing, asynchronous working... but how remote is too remote? In today’s virtual world, if you can’t rely on constant in-person interaction, how do you build trust, communication frameworks, and long-term client engagements?
Maybe you’re pursuing a distributed workforce model. Maybe you want to go entirely remote, given that remote work leads to less turnover, lower office costs, and an improved sense of well-being. Why limit yourself by geography, when the best clients are all over the place?
This guide will walk you through all of the details you need, from checklists to important “Do’s and Don’ts”, to ensure that both you and your remote client are happy together.
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What You Should Know Before Working With Remote Clients
The Spark: How to Land Remote Clients
Honeymoon Phase: Connecting with Clients You’ve Never Met Face-to-Face
Counseling Sessions: When Things Go Wrong
Happily Ever After: Long-Term Client Satisfaction