It was eleven years ago this month that I first blogged about a “shipped list”, a concept that comes from best-selling author Seth Godin. Godin talks about shipping, not shipping of products to a destination, but rather the “shipping” of
You have, no doubt, attended at least one (if not more) meeting from hell! Whether they’re virtual, in-person or hybrid, the complaints run the litany – no structure, too long, nothing gets accomplished, boring, irrelevant, adversarial. The list goes on.
One of the biggest challenges in leading a hybrid team is that the physical distance between employees means that you lose the collaboration that naturally happens when team members are face-to-face. Fortunately, there are things you can do to compensate
One of your primary responsibilities as a leader is to achieve objectives, to get things done, to make progress towards established targets. Establishing targets is key. If you don’t set and articulate goals, you are leaving progress to hope and
We are now up to Strategy #4 in our continuing video series on leading a virtual team (or a hybrid team). You may recall that back in Strategy #1 in this series, I talked about how it was important to