I have personally experienced first-hand how awkward a virtual organisation can be to its members. It’s like mastering any new skill, whether it be in sports, art, playing a musical instrument, learning a new language, or developing any other professional skill. Work at “virtual” relationships until you are able to […]
It can be trickier to spot, but when you start to see the signs of under-performance showing up in your virtual team, you’ve got to address it. https://www.insidehr.com.au/under-performance-in-your-virtual-team/
Thanks @insidehreditor for covering our co-founder @RudyCrous thoughts on emotional intelligence and its importance in the workplace.
Those who are prepared to say “I don’t know the answer,” “I screwed that up” or “I’m having a tough time right now.” Doing this in a more modern world brings with it respect and a level of empathy that builds a truly human connection. https://www.insidehr.com.au/misconceptions-about-being-a-human-manager/