How to Effectively Manage a Team From Home

April 6, 2020

120VC is a change leadership services firm whose purpose is to inspire people to reach for THEIR potential, and we are always looking for ways to help. As a global community, the way we work has been completely disrupted.

In the age of “work from home” teams and their leaders will need to develop new habits. Trying to navigate that, while staying productive, and ensuring business continuity might feel a bit daunting. But you don’t have to do it alone! We have spent the last 20 years leading remote teams to accomplish transformational outcomes, and we have compiled our proven best practices into an hour-long presentation.

This session is lead by 120VC CEO & Founder J. Scott.

Topics Covered:

  • Change How Leaders Help Their Teams Develop New Habits
  • The Importance of Establishing a Cadence for Communication
  • How to Stay Connected Ð Video Conference, Chat Channels & Document Sharing
  • Why High Performing Teams Need a Score Board – How Leaders Curate Good Commitments

Who Should Watch?

Anyone responsible for a team.

Jason Scott

J. Scott is a regular guy who grew up in gangland Los Angeles, dropped out of high school, and jumped out of helicopters as a rescue swimmer in the U. S. Navy. And… Over two decades ago, he founded 120VC. He’s about helping people, leaders, and their teams get sh*t done. Today, he lives in Tacoma, WA, serving his global customer base, launching new businesses, and exploring the outdoors with his family.

After dropping out of high school, J. learned all that anyone needs to be successful is to be disciplined, trusting, transparent when it matters, and accountable. With that recipe, he and 120VC have been helping Fortune 500 leaders, and their teams benefit from the transformative power of getting shit done #GSD.

His approach to #GSD isn’t magical. Nor does it require anyone to learn a bunch of new buzzwords, deploy technology, act smart, be smart, pray or drink any Kool-aid. It just requires a little grit, courage, the willingness to take the first and second steps, and a commitment to never, ever, ever give up. Just get focused and do the work.