Summary: The skill of leading a remote team demand more of the leadership skills we may already possess, but may also require a new mindset and greater awareness of how leaders can best communicate - when, using what channel and for what reason. Collaboration will be enhanced by creating an environment that is seen as psychologically safe, where people can contribute, ask questions, and share thoughts and feelings without fear of recrimination. Since not all problems demand the same treatment, considering their nature and what this requires will help allocate time and people more effectively. By keeping an eye on the ‘long win’ through investing in relationships and ways of working, your team will be ready to work together when the moment comes. And in the ‘collaborative moment’, leader’s behaviour can model what they want in terms of contributions, and also indicate confidence in the team and readiness to hear what they have to say.