Whatever the reason, many attempts to strengthen remote team relationships fail because they are missing two important elements.
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People may have a desired goal or purpose, but not acknowledge their own role in sabotaging progress toward achieving it.
Preparing to lead a group of coworkers for the very first time demands more than just focusing on KPIs and defined job responsibilities.
Teammates get distracted constantly by the barrage of noise around them – and that means they do not pay as much attention to YOUR emails, conversations, texts, or smoke signals. So, if you want to get and keep their attention you NEED to take note of these 2 unexpected suggestions to improve your impact.
If you are taking responsibility for team results, you have to begin by taking the initiative to look further down the path your team is on.