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Ep. 18 How to lead a Hybrid Team ep 18 team anywhere podcast featuring rebecca knight

How to Lead a Hybrid Team

Are you leading a team that is part remote part in-person? There are unique challenges leaders face as they lead a hybrid team.

growth in this pandemic

How to find Opportunities for Growth in This Pandemic

How can you find opportunities for growth as a leader this year while navigating leadership in remote teams? We spoke with PhD sociologist Tracy Brower to get her insights on what the pandemic has done for innovation, creating energy on a remote team, and how trust is different on a remote team.

Who Are You Becoming?

Who are you becoming? Do you have this gnawing inside of you that says right now is the time to be reflecting back on 2020 and thinking about it?

Leadership Community will Combat Loneliness

Our new facebook group was created specifically for leaders leading remote teams and will help combat leadership loneliness & help solve problems.

How to create a committed remote team

How to Create a Committed Remote Team

After remote work began last spring, leaders faced a new insecurity around the c-word, (commitment.) Is my team just at home napping? Are they going to stay committed at home with all of these distractions? How are they going to balance their commitments?
How can I help build commitment on this remote team?
In fact, building commitment looks different in the work-from-home environment versus the in-office environment. Your team is now in a different work setting, and so they need to take on a newer and higher level of commitment for them to succeed in this environment. They have to be proactive in commitment behaviors such as creating an optimal at-home work environment and routine, and none of this comes easy. So let’s talk about three things leaders can do to help build commitment on their teams.

Team Building Vs. Building High Performance Teams Leadership Training | San Diego, CA

Is Team Building the Solution to Your Problem? The Distinction Between Team Building and Building High Performance Teams

Are you looking for help with problems with your team? Normally, the first thought is to Google team building and have an expectation that a team building activity or even is going to be the solution. However, most people go into team building events with the expectation that they will walk out becoming a high performance team and that is not the case. Learn about the distinction between team building and building high performance teams.

WHY DOES A LEADERSHIP TEAM EXIST_

Why Does a Leadership Team Exist?

The fundamental reason that most leadership teams don’t succeed is that they don’t stop to think about why they exist. The leadership team must discover and declare why it exists in order to truly solve the problems that they need to solve.

8 Areas A Leader Needs to Be Intentional About - Carla Harris @ GILD

Intentions of a Purposeful Leader

Purposeful leaders are intentional leaders. To be an intentional leader, you need to spend time being more intentional about authenticity, building trust, creating clarity, creating leaders, diversity, inclusivity, teaching innovation, and exercising your voice. Carla Harris, keynote speaker on stage of the 2018 Global Institute for Leadership Development shares incredible wisdom for leaders to take away with.