Is there someone at your work who has mentally quit, but physically stayed? Are they lacking motivation, not really contributing to their team or organisation overall?
And it is not always the person in charge. In fact, each of us is a leader in our own way. We may lead a team of people at work, a group of friends, a volunteer group, our families, and of course we lead ourselves every day.
As critical roles in business become more competitive, the competition for strategic talent is intense.
Whether it’s a teleconference, a webinar, or a group coaching program delivered by phone, virtual facilitation is becoming a ‘must-have’ skill for many coaches, trainers, managers, and consultants.
Collaborative leadership is more than just practicing cooperation at the workplace. It is about leading towards a collective outcome that makes it possible for all key stakeholders to succeed.
While there are numerous statistics to support this statement, one thing is certain: If your workers feel engaged, your organization is more likely to grow.
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