Remote working, or telecommuting, has existed since the 1970s, but it has only made a measurable shift to adoption in the past ten years. Technological advancements in communication and security make it possible for people to work from any location at any time. Remote workers need guidance and leadership like traditional co-located employees. You must use different leadership methods to be a successful remote leader. In this session, Aaron Douglas presents methods for managing remote workers in ways that will support them to be productive and prevent you from coming across as a micro-manager.