The Unique Aspects of the Virtual Work Environment

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Vado Inc.

Description

You’re a remote leader—welcome to the club. You are part of a growing group of leaders tasked with managing and leading individuals across the country and around the world. That sounds like a big task, and it is. Whether you’re in the same building or not, leadership is complex. What’s critical to remember is that you’re a leader first. No matter where you are, you must connect employees to the company vision, provide direction and coaching, inspire and motivate, create strong work goals, and so on. Leadership is complicated, and as a virtual leader, you have the added challenge of needing to perform your leadership role and responsibilities by working through and with technology. The good news is there are a number of best practices and techniques you can implement to maximize the technology, thus turning a virtual work environment from a challenging environment into one that is engaging, energizing and gets work done. By completing this course, you will find out what’s unique about leading within the virtual environment. This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).

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Find out what’s unique about leading within the virtual environment

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The Unique Aspects of the Virtual Work Environment
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Added about 2 years ago, by Anonymous
It is interesting and different than what I expected. It makes me thinking what would be the core to improve and leading me to next course.
 
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Added over 2 years ago, by Dave
Perhaps it's due to being the intro to the courses, but I found no new information was shared so far.
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Anonymous
Helped me to really think about what the biggest challenge is with remote leadership.
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Anonymous
I did not like the opening sequence with the two gentleman. They were having a conversation together that I did not find that useful.

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