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Remote Leadership - Remote Coaching Feedback
Leading remote employees is now a fact of life. Over 80% of teams and 90% of projects have at least one member not physically located with the rest of the group. In addition, a recent study from GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com showed that the number of employees who telecommute more than one day per week increased over 79% from 2005 to 2012. While the principles of effective leadership and team management haven’t changed, maintaining peak performance and keeping employees engaged when separated by miles, time zones and culture is a tall task for any manager or organization. Learn how to apply the coaching model to your interactions with others; discover what's required to coach others remotely; build the skills required to provide feedback remotely. CE 0.5/CPE 0.5
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