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virtual leadership

Amp up your virtual leadership by implementing weekly team meetings

As regular readers of the blog know, I have been doing a series of videos since the beginning of this year on how to amp up your virtual leadership skills.  One of the biggest challenges that comes with virtual leadership

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If you are a leader, you are a role model (even if you don’t realize or want it)

No one is flying that much any more, including me, but last month I had reason to get on a plane.  I observed a stellar example of leadership on board that I want to share with everyone.  Regular readers of

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team results

What does it (really) take to achieve team results?

I am often asked what it takes to achieve success in a team.  You know, so that work gets done, the product or service gets delivered, and checkmarks can get put next to all the items on the team results

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back to normal

Things won’t ‘get back to normal’, but we can embrace ‘another ordinary’

“I can’t wait for things to get back to normal.” It’s a common refrain. But this phrase is deceptive and fraught with delusion – erroneously assuming that what will be in the future will be similar to what was in

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shift your perspective

When you shift your perspective, you can change your reality

I was reminded recently of the importance of being able to shift your perspective as a leader, and a parable about six blind men and an elephant that I first heard when I was a child came to mind. This

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leading from a distance

If you’re leading from a distance, you need to shift your leadership focus

Today’s blog post continues with our video series on the challenges that come with leading from a distance, and how to get past them.  My tip today is to shift your leadership focus from effort (or process) to outcomes (or

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