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A Leader’s Model to Building A Remote Work Culture  

Leaders have long been focused on bottom-line results. However, with the emergence of virtual and hybrid teams, meaningful and engaging touchpoints have become necessary for results to happen. By establishing sound work cultures, leaders are learning how to use engagement as the cornerstone of organizational success.

In today’s episode we interview Cody Hall, Founder and CEO of Octiva Healthcare. Today’s topics are focused on building a remote work culture, making meetings more engaging, and promoting a sense of accountability among team members as they Team Anywhere.

Trust Building Activities and Meaningful Interactions for Remote Teams  

One former leadership style supported leaders to rule with authority. More progressive leadership approaches have demanded more engaged approaches with an emphasis on inclusion. The entire remote work movement has pushed the style curve further into the need to develop team member trust to foster organizational success.

In today’s episode we interview Kevin Eikenberry, Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group, and author of the books, The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership and The Long-Distance Teammate. Today’s topics are focused on communication with the intent of being understood–building a

Keys to Creating Influence and Effective Communication Using the AQ Framework   

A leader’s role to gain influence from team members, clients, and other people with their words is challenging. Using powerful questions to foster more engagement is a skill set leaders are more actively using. However, providing the correct answers to the questions asked is most often overlooked.

In today’s episode we interview Brian Glibkowski, PhD, Answer Intelligence (AQ)™ Creator, and author of the book, Answer Intelligence: Raise Your AQ. Today’s topic is focused on creating influence and effective communication among team members using the AQ Framework as they Team Anywhere.

A Leader’s Guide to Regaining Employee Engagement   

The greatest challenge leaders are facing today is building and maintaining engagement. With the shift into virtual and hybrid work, leaders need to be clear on how they are addressing employees who are minimally contributing. Not giving resolution to this issue will only affect the overall team’s productivity and performance.

In today’s episode we interview Mike Kelly, Managing Partner of Right Path Enterprises and author of the book, Leaderfluence. Today we focus on getting employee feedback, checking-in on checked out team members and regaining employee engagement as they Team Anywhere.

A Leader’s Digest on Promoting Success in Virtual Teams  

Amidst the past 2 years, organizations were forced to find ways to allow virtual and hybrid work to adjust to the pandemic protocols. However, the challenge is on for leaders in terms of building trust, effective communication and deep connection with their team members.

In today’s episode we interview Tara Powers, CEO of Powers Resource Center LLC and author of the books, Virtual Team for Dummies and Working from Home for Dummies. Today’s topics are focused on the ideal model of remote teams (virtual and hybrid); and also on the importance of technology, communication, connection and vulnerability which will help team members as they Team Anywhere.

An Organization’s Path to Aligned Momentum and Clarity

Organizations develop strategic plans towards their future. However, many plans end up being divided into tasks that are distributed throughout the organization without a unified thread. This leads to a lack of focused action and clarity. In this age of ceaseless change and innovation, clarity is mandatory for high-growth outcomes.

In today’s episode we interview Lori Michele Leavitt, President and CEO of Abrige Corp. and author of the books, The Pivot: Orchestrating Extraordinary Business Momentum, and new release (April 2022), Pivot to Clarity. Today’s topic is locked-in on the concept of aligned momentum; specifically, the clarity and mindful implementation of change as organizations Team Anywhere.

Fostering Employee Engagement and Talent Retention Through Employee Resource Groups

The past 2 years have been a challenge for leaders to engage and motivate their team members. The great resignation proved that employees have the option to choose their desired career paths. Thus, organizational leaders should devise ways to prevent turnover and keep employees.

On today’s podcast episode we interview Deanna Figurito, Founder and Lead Coach of DFig Connects Coaching and Consulting.Today’s topics are locked-in on the implementation, benefits, and significant effects of ERGs or Employee Resource Groups to improve employee engagement and talent retention.

Effective Leadership Strategies in Implementing Organizational Change

Leaders have the challenge of implementing organizational changes. Typically team members react differently to change. The main question that leaders need to answer is how can they implement organizational change effectively, make it stick, and not lose key players in the process?

On today’s podcast episode we interview Nancy Murphy, CEO of CSR Communications and Creator of Intrapreneurs Influence Lab. Today’s topics are locked in to effective change strategies, best leadership characteristics for influencing change, and techniques for managing resistance.

The Future of Hybrid and Virtual Workspaces

For the past 2 years organizations struggled with the pandemic restrictions because of the social distancing requirement imposed in office spaces. That led to innovation of different work setups that we have never seen before. These are virtual and hybrid workspaces. The main question is, are we ready to replace the physical office with the virtual office?

On today’s podcast episode we interview, Arkadiy Baltser, Founder and CEO of Plutoview an organization who is pushing towards the barrier of allowing team members to work collaboratively anytime, anywhere using cutting edge technology. Today’s topics are locked-in on the future of virtual and hybrid workspaces, the metaverse and the superpowers that organizations are looking forward to using as they Team Anywhere.

A Complete Guide to Creating Inclusive Workplace Environments

Organizations have seen talent being mobile, especially in the Great Resignation. Attrition rates have reached their all-time-high. Employees have opened the doors to different opportunities and work arrangements in the creation of “culturally fit” organizations. Leaders should be able to improve the company’s talent retention processes by making their team members feel “included” as future work is being redefined.

On today’s podcast episode, we interview Deanna Singh, Managing Partner of Uplifting Impact and author of the upcoming book, Actions Speak Louder: A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming an Inclusive Workplace at a High level. Today’s topics are locked-in on creating inclusive workplace environments to improve employee engagement and talent retention.