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Sharing webmeeting leadership can help your project team grow

If your project team is struggling to build good working relationships, try sharing the meeting leadership. Give the team a constructive way to meet and get to know each other.


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How can remote managers prevent multitasking on webmeetings and webinars?

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As a manager, what's your role in keeping people focused during webmeetings and conference calls? Are you really doing everything you can? Learn more about our How to Create and Manage Remote Teams workshop.


How Delegation Impacts Your Remote Team.

Is your virtual project team struggling? Do the people in the office feel like you're treating them differently than the remote workers?

It's not unusual. Watch this short video from Wayne Turmel to discuss how hybrid teams work.


Examining Assumptions About Your Remote Team

On Management-Issues recently, I posted this article for leaders of remote teams.


What Remote Project Leaders Can Learn From the Buddha

 I may be the world’s least qualified person to talk about matters spiritual, but are there concepts that the average project manager can incorporate into daily work? The short answer is yes: mindfulness.


Kickstarting Social Capital in Remote Project Teams

Remote teams rely on trust forming a framework that allows communication to flow freely. What enables all that is something often called social capital. A working definition is, “the networks of relationships among people who live and work in a particular society, enabling that society to function effectively”.

Why is social capital so vital to the workings of remote teams? How do we go about building it on purpose, rather than assuming it will build organically? Good questions, and for that we turn to someone much smarter than me.


How Risk Impacts Trust on Remote Teams

One of the major tenets of this blog is that leading and working in remote teams isn’t intrinsically more difficult than working together, but it is different. So we have to acknowledge and address those differences if we’re going to be successful. If you were listing the differences, the ability to build trusting work relationships would probably be at the top.


Remote Leadership Certificate Series Dates for 2015

Sometimes it seems like everything we know about project management, leadership and team building is going out the window because we work remotely. While it's true there are some important differences between leading remote teams and being in the same location, a lot remains the same. Now there's a 7-part Virtual Instructor Led live program that will teach the critical skills of leading remotely, and provide a certificate of completion.


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