Ever been in one of those meetings that feels as though it could have happened without you? It’s not a good feeling. Rather than avoid all future meetings on this basis, it’s important to learn how to be a productive participant when meeting online.
We live in a world where instant communication around the globe is possible — yet we just as often find ourselves in communication mix-ups. Why is this? Why do so many of us seem to struggle with simple tasks like organizing email or communicating with someone across time zones? There’s no single answer to those questions, but there are solutions out there that can boost your team’s communication skills.
What can you learn about business from Harriet Tubman or about video conferencing from Benjamin Franklin? We explore why these great leaders were the way they were — and what you can do to absorb their most powerful messages.
If you can identify a great remote worker, you can continue to hire great remote workers who are an asset to your company. That’s why we’ve put together our own anatomy lesson — only this time, it’s all about the anatomy that makes up a great remote worker.
There are a lot of advantages to the virtual meeting. Conferences can be held anywhere in the world. Meetings can be easily recorded for later reference. Offices are no longer required. The only downside? It’s not in person.
As a leader, you’re responsible for one thing. This one thing can transform the way people not only feel about working, but the satisfaction they get from their contributions. It can be the difference between winning and losing, between problem-solving and chaos. And it can be summed up in one word: Culture.
If you’re creating a slide deck for your team, you want it to keep them awake, but you also have a lot of information to communicate. How do you make sure you cover all your bases while crafting a slide deck that’s exciting?
When your team is distributed geographically, it’s harder to communicate, collaborate, and generally bond as a team – so you can use all the advice you can get. These five tips will help you fine-tune your leadership style to get your distributed team harmonizing like no other.