Tag Archives: leadership

Leading a remote team may require you to tweak your style

The more the workday changes – from home offices and remote work weeks to flexible schedules, finding the best way to communicate expectations and maintain accountability and performance standards, managing virtual teams requires the same fundamentals essential to any great leadership position.

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Guest view: New perspective is not just a different point of view

Over many years in leadership positions, I’ve observed excellent people become overwhelmed and breathlessly run through each day with a foggy perspective on what they’re truly accomplishing. It’s crucial we learn how to regularly rise above the frenzy and replenish our perspective, leading to smarter work and a spirit of empowerment and purpose. Following are a few methods I’ve found beneficial over the years. The methods are not a replacement for company strategic planning exercises, but rather an augmenting personal philosophy for each day.

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