6 Proven Tips for Keeping Remote Team Members Accountable

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Wednesday, June 23 at 11:00 a.m. ET

6 Proven Tips for Keeping Remote Team Members Accountable

Featuring: Krisha Buehler

Join Krisha Buehler, Vice President of Human Resources at Belay, and Obe Arellano, Director of Exponential Español, for a conversation on keeping remote team members accountable. 

Many organizations are moving towards decentralized structures that allow employees to work from home or other places outside of a central office. While that can increase job satisfaction and cut costs, it also comes with the risk that employees may not be as productive or simply be unclear of what’s expected of them. We shouldn’t let that alone hold us back from utilizing remote work environments. Instead, in this webinar, we will seek to learn how to set clear expectations, measure productivity, and create a culture of accountability that will help your organization thrive.


Krisha Buehler

Vice President of Human Resources at BELAY

Todd Wilson

President & Co-Founder of Exponential

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Featured Guest

Krisha Buehler

As the VP of HR at BELAY, the leading virtual staffing solutions company, Krisha is the culture cultivator for an award-winning organization. The key to any organization’s success is its greatest asset: its people. So as a former operations leader turned HR professional, her passion for people and process simplification fuels her ‘work smarter, not harder’ mentality. As such, she has created a high-performing, highly engaged, results-driven, and mission-focused team by aligning talents and power skills to ensure individuals are working in their optimal area of the organization.

And as a lifetime learner and student of all things leadership, she is a proud, positive disruptor with a curious mindset, always looking for innovative and efficient solutions to maximize potential and results.

She values experiences over things, so she is happiest making memories with her family at the beach or cooking.


Todd Wilson

Todd Wilson is co-founder of Exponential, providing vision, strategy and direction for the ministry.

Todd is a nuclear engineer by training who left a successful career in the marketplace for full-time vocational ministry. He is passionate about mobilizing people on their unique, God-given, personal calling. He is the author of several books including More: Find Your Personal Calling and Live Life to the Fullest Measure (published by Zondervan in April 2016).

Todd and his wife Anna live in Durham, NC. They have two sons and two daughters-in-law: Ben & Therese and Chris & Mariah.

Rich Robinson

Rich is the Director of 5Q Collective, the training arm of 5Q, which is part of the 100 Movements family.

He also leads Catalyse Change, an organization and collective of pioneering leaders who provide training and coaching for leaders, teams and organizations to equip and enable them around discipleship, leadership, mission and multiplication. Over the past 10 years he has led pioneering work using 3dm tools and training across Europe, Australia and Canada. In the last few years the work has grown into parts of Asia and Africa too.

Locally, he lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he works with Cairn, a ministry working with churches in the Celtic lands, training them to recapture discipleship and mission at the heart of their culture and practice. Rich was previously on staff at St Thomas' church, Sheffield in the UK for 14 years as the Missional Communities Team Leader. He's married to Anna, who is a writer and editor, and they have three children: Josiah, Esther and Samuel. They are passionate about living with integrity and intentionality as a family that loves, follows and shares Jesus.

Rob Wegner

Rob Wegner is a member of Disciples Made’s Executive Team, and is a founding leader of KC Underground – a decentralized network of reproducing disciples, leaders, and microchurches. The forty-year vision is 21,000 microchurches connecting with training Hubs throughout the city, saturating Kansas City with beauty, justice and good news of Jesus.

Rob served as Teaching Pastor at Granger Community Church (Granger, IN) for 21 years, and helped start Monroe Circle Community Center, a hub for neighborhood renewal in the inner city of South Bend, IN, and at Westside Family Church in KC, for five years. Rob also serves as Global Catalyst for Relationships and Reproduction for New Thing. New Thing is a network of over 1,400 churches committed to planting churches that reproduce at every level.

Rob is an author, his latest books are Find You Place (co-written with Brian Phipps), Made for More (Exponential Theme Book 2018), and The Starfish and the Spirit.

Rob and Michelle have three amazing young daughters— Madeline, Whitney and Belle. As a family, they love living deeply in their neighborhood, hiking, photography, and being silly together.

Lance Ford

Lance is the co-founder of the Sentralized Conference in Kansas City. He blogs at www.sentralizedgathering.com. With over two decades experience as a pastor and church planter, Lance is a writer, coach, and consultant who has designed unique training systems currently being used by networks, seminaries, and leaders throughout the world. His passion is to give himself to resourcing and equipping churches and leaders anywhere and everywhere as they develop missional lifestyles.

Lance holds a Masters Degree in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary. His book, Right Here Right Now: Everyday Mission for Everyday People, was co-authored with Alan Hirsch. He serves on the National Leadership team for Forge America Missional Training Network.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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