Leading Multicultural Teams in Virtual Environments
With almost one third of the global workforce set to work virtually by the end of 2021, we felt it urgent to share our insights on how today’s professionals can not only survive, but thrive, in a global environment.
Truth is, even if remote working was both amplified and generalized by the COVID-19 global pandemic, virtual teams had already begun to emerge as an everyday reality in professional environments. Now, how do you promote clear and inclusive communication between remote and international colleagues? How can you truly unify your teams, encourage collaboration, and maximise potential?
Use this eBook to align your management style and methods with today’s workforce needs.
What’s inside this eBook
Essential skills for today’s virtual managers
How to develop and apply a global mindset
Tactics to value diversity and inclusiveness in a remote work environment
Strategies for building trust, collaboration, and engagement
How to foster intercultural awareness and actively increase cultural sensitivity in your team
Real-life cultural misunderstandings and faux-pas
This eBook will help teams to align management style and methods with today’s workforce needs:
This eBook is essential reading for anyone involved in global mobility and the strategic management of talent.
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