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Effective leadership for remote teams

Posted on March 18th, 2020

“With all the changes that come with moving to remote work, it’s important to foster and maintain team morale.” — Marten Mickoshttps://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonwingard/2020/03/13/team-working-at-home-because-of-coronavirus-heres-how-to-lead-them-effectively/#7305eeff3162#crisismanagement #leadership #executivedevelopment #leadershipincrisis #careercoach #coaching #emotionalintelligence #remoteworkers #virtualteams

Transitioning to remote work

For those of you who are transitioning from in-person to virtual employment, here is an encouraging article which may be helpful as you navigate the days ahead.

“Trust and intimacy, as well as coaching presence and active listening, can help create the right environment for our clients, giving them the best thinking experience possible.”–Clare Norman

The Virtues of Virtual Coaching

#virtualconnection #quarantine #transition #virtualtraining #coaching #onlinelearning #remotecoach #virtualcoaching #connection #relationships #onlinecommunication  #remotework  #virtualemployees

The surprising ways humor can improve your work culture

A little humor can go a long way. “A somber, dull, overly serious office is the surest path to killing employees’ motivation.” — Harvey Deutschendorfhttps://www.fastcompany.com/3055876/the-surprising-ways-humor-can-improve-your-work-culture#leadership #employeeengagement #careercoaching #leadershipdevelopment #humor #interpersonaleffectiveness #emotionalintelligence #workculture

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