Late 2020, we ran a survey on virtual leadership, asking:
- What a good remote leader looks like
- What an ineffective remote leader looks like
- And for actionable tips for better remote leadership.
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360+ people responded, and there were a lot of surprises in the results.
In this webinar, our Chief Research Officer Darin Fox explains:
|01:27||The data - who responded?|
|03:00||Do leaders have an accurate view of team productivity, performance and hours?|
|05:10||Do leaders have an accurate view of their team’s connection to each other, to other teams or to themselves|
|05:50||What about team wellbeing and stress?|
|06:25||Are introverts better managers of virtual teams?|
|08:41||Is working virtual better for some people?|
|10:05||Are leaders who’ve run virtual teams before better with virtual teams?|
|14:10||What management activity is helpful? Are teams more worried about what they lost than happy about what they’ve gained?|
|21:58||What tips would teams give to managers?|
|23:24||What are managers doing right?|
|24:56||Actionable tips for better remote leadership - Part I|
|27:22||Actionable tips for better remote leadership - Part II|
|29:06||Do newly remote team leaders need virtual leadership training?|
|31:13||Extensive audience Q&A|
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Request a copy of Darin’s research using the form below. Or learn more about our Vleader virtual leadership program at fastlead.com/virtualleader.
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