Four practical approaches to virtual leadership.
By Steven E. Sacks
The concept of “teams” has become more central to operating remotely or “virtually.” Among the challenges have been time zones, language barriers, cultural differences and various work attitudes.
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The more virtual teams become ingrained in the business landscape, the more necessary it becomes to apply effective and innovative leadership with a clear focus on identifying, prioritizing and achieving strategic goals.