YOUR VIRTUAL PRESENCE: HOW TO AUTHENTICALLY ENGAGE AND CONNECT IN ANY SITUATION
The pandemic caused the greatest office exodus of all time. For many employees, this meant joining virtual meetings or working from home, when they hadn’t before. As a result, companies were challenged to find new ways to connect remote teams. They were also challenged to use more video and different messaging tools.
While most employees are happy with the change, 20% of leaders reported they felt less effective at leading virtual teams. Further, 15% felt their ability to show empathy had diminished, which is normally a skill where leaders rate themselves well. But this drop shows leaders are much less sure of themselves when they are put to the test, especially virtually. Demonstrating empathy on a video call takes much more finesse than doing it in person!
Join us on March 24th at 6PM for this LIVE session where you’ll discover strategies (and science) to overcome fear and position yourself as an invaluable leader.
Click here to register for this upcoming event.