How to Build a Successful Remote Team in 2023

The workplace has undergone a significant transformation over the past few years, with remote work becoming increasingly common. In 2023, it's safe to say that remote work is here to stay.
April 3, 2023

Recently the rise of remote work has dramatically changed the landscape of how businesses operate. With the advent of new technologies and communication tools, companies are increasingly turning to remote teams to access a wider talent pool and increase their flexibility. While remote work has many advantages, it also presents unique challenges to team members who are not physically present in the same location.

In this article, we will explore some of the key strategies and practices that can help remote teams succeed and thrive in the modern workplace. From communication and collaboration tools to fostering a strong team culture, we will provide actionable tips to help remote teams overcome obstacles and achieve success.

8 considerations when building a remote team

  1. Hire the right people: Hiring the right people is crucial for building a successful remote team. Look for individuals who are self-motivated, independent, and possess excellent communication skills. Also, make sure they have the necessary technical skills to work remotely.
  2. Provide the right tools: A remote team needs access to the right tools and technology to work efficiently. Provide them with the necessary software, hardware, and internet connection. Consider using project management tools such as Trello, Asana, or Basecamp to keep track of progress and deadlines.
  3. Communicate effectively: Communication is the key to building a successful remote team. Use video conferencing tools such as Zoom, Skype, or Google Meet to conduct regular team meetings. Encourage team members to ask questions and share their thoughts and ideas.
  4. Establish clear expectations: Establish clear expectations and guidelines for your remote team. Define roles and responsibilities and communicate them clearly. Set deadlines and be clear about what is expected of each team member.
  5. Foster team building: Foster team building to build a cohesive remote team. Organize virtual team-building activities such as online games, virtual happy hours, or team lunches.
  6. Encourage collaboration: Encourage collaboration by creating opportunities for team members to work together. Use collaboration tools such as Google Drive or Dropbox to share documents and files. Encourage team members to collaborate on projects and assignments.
  7. Monitor progress: Monitor progress regularly to ensure that the team is on track to meet its goals. Use project management tools to track progress and deadlines. Conduct regular performance evaluations and provide feedback to help team members improve.
  8. In-person opportunities: Where time and budget allow, bringing together remote teams in one location help form stronger relationships that will continue online.

Building a successful remote team in 2023 requires a different approach to team building. By hiring the right people, providing the right tools, communicating effectively, establishing clear expectations, fostering team building, encouraging collaboration, and monitoring progress, you can build a successful remote team that can achieve its goals.


  1. "10 Tips for Building a Successful Remote Team in 2021," by Travis Jamison, Forbes, January 19, 2021,
  2. "How to Build a Successful Remote Team," by Chris Christoff, Entrepreneur, September 25, 2020,
  3. "6 Ways to Build a Strong Remote Team," by Jared Hecht, Inc., January 7, 2021,

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