How do you know when you’ve outgrown your team’s communication style, and how do you scale those methods while hanging onto what was already working?
Ideas that will give you some guidelines on how to run your own in-person retreat or growth meeting with a small, virtual team.
Tools for writing show notes, plus things I wish I had done in the beginning that would have saved me ~so~ much time.
Ask yourself these questions to make sure you're setting your virtual assistant up for success.
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