Create a Strong Remote Work Culture
Remote work culture is here to stay. Let us show you how to activate ownership in the virtual workplace with accountability from your people to drive results.
How do I create a strong company culture in the virtual workplace?
- Organizational unity is possible within the virtual workplace
- Manage remote/hybrid teams with trust and transparency
Empower with Accountability
- Culture is a process: it takes time to align and internalize accountability
- Create positive experiences for your remote/hybrid teams & set remote-work-friendly beliefs
Connect the Dots
- Activate your remote culture to determine purpose, drive strategy, and secure results
- Sustain a clear, connective vision by elevating your remote teams: this is their virtual workplace and culture
Acme-Hardesty Transforms for the Remote Work Age
Moving from a brick-and-mortar mindset to embrace remote culture motivated this bio-based solutions innovator.
Acme-Hardesty needed a virtual workplace culture that would drive them toward financial results, transparency, and satisfy employees. With an organizational growth opportunity in front of them, the team needed to align and clarify how they would achieve growth.
Acme-Hardesty met and determined what they needed to keep in their culture, and what they needed to discard. They came out of shared experiences aligned in new beliefs that would drive them toward clear results.
In the last few years, Acme-Hardesty has experienced phenomenal financial results: the company’s key financial metric tripled from 2020-2022. The reason, according to Acme-Hardesty president Jeff Kenton, is culture.
Did You Know?
More than 25 countries have created digital-nomad immigration initiatives and incentives for foreign remote workers since 2019.
people in the U.S. working remotely at least five days a week
of leaders said the shift to remote culture has challenged confidence in employee productivity
of American workers say they would forgo a top-level job and high salary to gain more flexibility in their schedules