WIt is Monday and time for another Effective Virtual Conversations Tip. This one is tip #23 in which I wrote "Change is the new norm in the virtual domain. Being able to lead through uncertainty, and not always having all the details or knowing the context, is key to virtual team leadership" - Effective Virtual Conversations, pp 330.
Shifting to leading virtual and remote teams means that we need to empower those on our team. They will usually have more details that we might.
Leading through uncertainty is a new norm for leaders of all kinds. What are some tips for leading through uncertainty? Consider these ideas:
7 Top Tips for Leading Through Uncertainty by Sarah Lewis at Training Journal. Read it here.
Financial Post's Article - Where to Focus When Leading Through Uncertainty - Read it here.
Kathy Bennett's book - Living and Leading Through Uncertainty: Developing leaders' capability for uncertainty
What tips do you have for others in terms of leading through uncertainty, whether your team is in person or virtual?
Have a great start to your week,
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Author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013) and Effective Virtual Conversations (2017)
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