Tag: remote teams

listen to your hybrid team

Take a Step Back, Embrace the Unknown and Listen to Your Hybrid Team

The pandemic has demonstrated that people are more capable of change than they ever imagined. Today, workers are changing their priorities given their new post-pandemic perspectives, and leaders and companies are looking for solutions to manage their hybrid teams.

In today鈥檚 episode, Michael Seaver, author, speaker and founder of Seaver Consulting, encourages us to use this time for teams and employees to come together to build more authentic and sustainable solutions. Right now is not the time to pretend we have the solutions, but for us to focus on and embrace what we don鈥檛 know. Now is the time for leaders and teams to focus on their uniqueness, resiliency, and core values to successfully team anywhere.

teamwork skills

How to Leverage Teamwork Skills: Curiosity and Creativity

There is a battle going on between humans and technology. How can we humans differentiate ourselves in a world of digital technology and machines, particularly artificial intelligence?
If you鈥檙e leading virtual calls, one of your main concerns is how well you are doing at keeping the attention of the people in this meeting. If we lose they鈥檙e attention, chances are that they are scrolling on social media. Greg鈥檚 framework identifies four super powers humans have to leverage in a way that keeps your team in their maximum zones of genius.

how to find opportunities for growth in this pandemic team anywhere leadership podcast episode 17

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.

How to Demonstrate Empathy Team Anywhere leadership podcast episode 7

How to Demonstrate Empathy

Cindy Zhou, Chief Marketing Officer at LogRhythm, shares how to demonstrate empathy and tips on agile marketing and organizational culture.

Cindy Zhou, Chief Marketing Officer at LogRhythm, is based in Boulder, Colorado and leads a team around the globe. Cindy led teams as an executive at IMB and has worked with startups. Cindy talks about utilizing the principles of Agile by having a daily standup and doing a lot of skip level one-on-ones. Through Cindy’s interview you’ll find how to be a more connected, trusting and vulnerable leader as you 鈥渢eam from anywhere.

Reinventing Leadership: Nine Things Virtual Leaders Must Focus On

All the research that has been released today on leading in our new virtual frontier says there’s something missing. The challenge is that leaders are being called upon to focus on how to create culture in a virtual world. After reviewing my week, I’ve discovered nine areas of opportunity leaders should focus on to help strengthen their virtual culture. In order to do this, leaders are going to have to stretch their authenticity, transparency and connectivity.

The Nine Areas Leaders Need to Focus on is
-Building Clarity
– Focusing on Cause
– Challenging Potential
– Demonstrate Culture
– Describe Commitment
– Be Courageous
– Celebrate
– Building a Learning Community
– Integrate Comedy

It’s time to reinvent leadership in a way that you show up as a more authentic version of yourself. Bring more clarity, raise the necessity of why people do what they do, make bigger declarations, make commitments, find the behaviors they need to take on to reach their goals, celebrate people, build a community and be the missing piece of culture that your company and your team needs right now. It鈥檚 a big request, but you can do it.

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