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  • The people in your company that most often achieve leadership positions are the ones who work hard to produce results. But the results your leaders want won’t depend solely on their hard work. If they only count hard work as success, your leaders and managers can get tunnel vision. Your leaders need more to get the results they want. They need to think about getting the results they want by building the team they need.

  • How to Create a Positive Work Culture

    Culture is what gets your organization to its destination. A family can plan the most amazing road trip, with stops at cities, landmarks, and beautiful views, but if their car has no wheels, no fuel, and nothing but conflict between family members, they are going nowhere. The same is true for companies like yours. A company can plan an amazing product launch, for example, complete with marketing plans, production facilities, and logistical support, but if employees don’t care, aren’t on the same page, and teams feel disconnected from one another, the launch will likely be a disaster.

  • Effective Communication in Virtual Teams

    If interaction fuels action, as the Law of Communication states, then it’s no wonder so many virtual teams in your company might be struggling to get things done. Without effective communication, virtual team members are often left asking the same question as the pre-school aged boy eating an apple in the backseat of the car. “Daddy,” he said, “Why is my apple turning brown?”

  • Progress requires change. That's a fact. As your company grows, your teams will have to change to move forward and achieve results. Your leaders can’t make the progress your company needs to make while standing still. One change progress has brought to companies like yours is the development of virtual teams. Teams empowered to work together outside a physical workplace can help your managers grow, but they can also jeopardize that growth if leaders forget the one thing they must remember to make virtual teams work.