Dec. 7, 2021

Ep 67 What We Learned From Leading Virtually: What To Lean Into For Hybrid Teams

Ep 67 What We Learned From Leading Virtually: What To Lean Into For Hybrid Teams

#leaddeliberately #virtualteams #hybridteams #leadership

Discover from industry experts what we learned from leading virtually & what to lean into as we move to hybrid teams. This episode is full of gems you won't want to miss and their insights about moving into a hybrid workforce. Both early adopters of leading virtual teams share what worked and what they will utilize as we move toward hybrid teams.

Special guests Cheryl Watson and Tim Carwell were leading virtual teams before virtual teams were a thing. In this episode they discuss the importance of creating team culture, communicating relentlessly, setting boundaries, being empathetic and vulnerable, being intentional and more. They also share what they will lean into as we move into the new hybrid workforce: communication, leading deliberately, setting expectations, "hoteling", team retreats and more. Both Cheryl and Tim see value in bringing the team together even though they may be working across the globe.

Join the discussion now and voice your thoughts, ideas, challenges and successes on what you have learned leading virtual teams and what you will lean into as the hybrid team environment takes a leap forward.

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#leaddeliberately #virtualteams #hybridteams #leadership Discover from industry experts what we learned from leading virtually & what to lean into as we move to hybrid teams. This episode is full of gems you won't want to miss and their insights about moving into a hybrid workforce. Both early adopters of leading virtual teams share what worked and what they will utilize as we move toward hybrid teams. Special guests Cheryl Watson and Tim Carwell were leading virtual teams before virtual teams were a thing. In this episode they discuss the importance of creating team culture, communicating relentlessly, setting boundaries, being empathetic and vulnerable, being intentional and more. They also share what they will lean into as we move into the new hybrid workforce: communication, leading deliberately, setting expectations, "hoteling", team retreats and more. Both Cheryl and Tim see value in bringing the team together even though they may be working across the globe. Join the discussion now and voice your thoughts, ideas, challenges and successes on what you have learned leading virtual teams and what you will lean into as the hybrid team environment takes a leap forward. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/