Remote Leadership

Four Critical Keys For Leaders Who Work Remotely

It is becoming more and more common for leaders to have teams that are partially or completely located in different cities and/or countries. This trend will continue as technology is developed to make virtual teams increasingly viable. Managing remotely creates additional challenges and requires today’s leaders to bridge the gap. Here’s how to thrive if you lead from afar.

It is becoming more and more common for leaders to have teams that are partially or completely located in different cities and/or countries. This trend will continue as technology is developed to make virtual teams increasingly viable. Managing remotely creates additional challenges and requires today’s leaders to bridge the gap. Here’s how to thrive if you lead from afar.

1. Develop Double Vision

Let’s face it. Your people want a piece of you. They need your support and guidance, and they want an opportunity to share their successes with you. As a remote leader, your job is to make that happen, which requires additional communication beyond what routinely happens in a geographically connected team.

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