Remote Meetings Teach Valuable Leadership Lessons
Here are four great lessons
The well-known article and book by Robert Fulghum, called All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten serves as a nice jumping off point for some leadership reflections that all these months of Zoom meetings have taught us.
Even as the restrictions brought upon us by the (COVID-19) pandemic abate, and as we begin to return to the office, the strange and sudden world of Zoom meetings has provided a profound laboratory for discerning key leadership principles.
1. In leadership, learn to focus
In every Zoom meeting, there’s always someone not really paying attention. They’re looking at another screen, busying themselves with paperwork or checking their phone. It’s annoying, and it’s poor leadership.
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