In his quest for answers, Jeremiah discovered that almost everyone else in his TEC group was also navigating the remote vs. in-person environment, and each in their own unique way.
Although there are undoubtedly helpful tools to aid business leaders (in particular, Jeremiah likes Jim Canfield’s book: CEO Tools), Jeremiah recognizes that there is no one single tool to tell you how to run a business, and there will always be levels of uncertainty. But to him, TEC reduces those levels of uncertainty.
“The group accelerates the experimental process of trying something,” says Jeremiah. “It’s a multiplicative effort, rather than you having to gather the data by yourself with your own employees.”
After just one month, Jeremiah had access to valuable feedback from his fellow members around a variety of methods they had used for their return to work