As a virtual leader, what measures can you take?
We have shadowed hundreds of international virtual meetings in a wide variety of for-profit and non-profit organizations. While experience demonstrates that every team is unique, many virtual teams still share similar challenges and establish similar behaviors in facing these challenges.
@ virtual-teamwork.com, we have had the privilege of observing some of the best virtual team practices in the world, and unfortunately, some of the least effective as well…
- If you are a virtual leader, can you identify observed virtual behaviors that represent expensive inefficiencies in the organization?
- When you think about these ineffective virtual behaviors being repeated day in and day out in your organization worldwide, isn’t there a more effective way to spend our precious time and financial resources?
- What would your leadership be like if you could increase the effect and efficiency of those virtual teams even by a few percentage points – can you imagine the value?
While our approach always focuses on the positive, we have witnessed many ‘classic’ ineffective virtual practices by shadowing real global virtual teams. We fear you have seen these behaviors in action too. Many of these behaviors seem to continue as if ‘on automatic,’ even when leaders and team members realize that interactions could be much more effective, efficient, and intense.
We can support you in bringing about change in unproductive virtual behaviors.
Is now the time to lead change in your digital collaboration culture?