How To Build A Culture Of Trust In A Large Remote Team
In interview Tamara Littleton the founder & CEO of The Social Element (formerly Emoderation) is an award-winning social media management agency with a global reach, remote team and fascinating culture.
An interview with Tamara Littleton, founder of The Social Element
The Social Element (formerly Emoderation) is an award-winning social media management agency with a global reach, remote team and fascinating culture. Its founder, Tamara Littleton, saw the explosion in social media before it happened and founded the company in 2002 to help brands develop a genuine connection with their people. The company has experienced explosive growth, at one point, the company increased from 150 to 300 people in a six-month period. I sat down with Tamara to talk about how she has managed to build and scale a robust distributed company culture that has stood the test of time.
- The vital roles that trust and the opportunity for face-to-face contact play when building a remote team.
- Why being over-communicative is a crucial requirement for building a remote team.
- How integrating psychometrics assessment tools into the business can help people understand one another and communicate better.
- Why the company police-checked employees from the very beginning.