Sure there are many possible factors that can cause a team to underperform. These are just a few: lack of talent, talented people not meeting their potential, changes in the market, or a lack of resources. Still, ultimately, one person is responsible, the leader.
Ever tried to have a tough conversation with someone and it went terribly wrong? Or worse, you know you need to have a difficult conversation but you hold back, only to run up against the same problem three months later? These conversations are especially important if you are in a position of leadership.
“Hope is not a strategy.”
In season 23 episode 4, John Eades covers five key strategies for successfully leading remote team members.
5 Key Strategies for Successfully Leading a Remote Team
Remember Remote Team Members are HumanBuild and Maintain Trust-Based RelationshipsSet Clear StandardsConstantly Communicate CultureGet Them Together Face-to-Face...