Many agile coaches think it’s a prerequisite to co-locate the team in order to be successful. However, what if you have remote team members or are considering adding them to your team but afraid it will only slow you down. As more people choose to work remotely it will be important to learn how to be a part of or lead successful remote agile teams. We will discuss three mindset changes that are critical to helping your team, regardless of location, implement agile and lean principals to help your team be a successful agile team. Learning Outcomes: Learn about the four remote team types and some of the traps and how to overcome them with your team. Learn how to use the agile mindset of encouraging and managing for change to encourage the team to experiment with everything so they can decide when to change. Learn how to encourage your team to emphasize communication and collaboration and come up with ways the team can do that effectively with remote teams. Learn how to use agile principles and adapt them to your team.