Before 2020 Zoom may not have been part of your vocabulary. In 2021 even if you used a different platform, the verb “to Zoom” became synonymous with virtual meetings. As we embark on 2022, whatever virtual platform you are using, be it Webex, Microsoft Teams, or the countless other platforms that now exist, the question is, how skilled are you at truly owning your virtual space?
Developing your virtual leadership skills is no longer an option: It’s a necessity.
The fact is, even when all or some of the members of your team return to the office, there will always continue to be a virtual component to all of our lives.
That is why it is vital to develop the skills needed to manage virtual and hybrid teams in a way that maximizes engagement,
So how would you rate yours? Here are a few questions to consider:
Call it Zoom Fatigue or Online Burnout: Everybody hits that wall at some point.
Just over a year ago, our lives were changed forever by a force over which we had no control. We found a need to adapt to our new environment.
In the last few weeks, our homes have become our offices and virtual meetings have replaced the boardroom and other face-to-face encounters.
MAXIMIZE YOUR ON SCREEN PRESENCE: Tips and techniques to ensure you come across with confidence and competence in your virtual meetings. (Now also available as a virtual keynote, webinar and individual coaching).
We now see our colleagues not as life-sized but as heads and shoulders in a boxes on our screens.