Cultivating a “webcam-on” culture is imperative for leaders and employees.
2020 accelerated the adoption of virtual meeting and collaboration tools, as companies looked to keep their employees connected and engaged as they worked remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Having difficult virtual conversations has become an essential tool in the modern leader’s toolbox.
Regular forums or conferences provide leaders with the opportunity to come together to network and build relationships. These forums can also help counter the isolation that many leaders experience from day to day — especially during a pandemic.
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With remote work likely here to stay for the long haul, the need to connect teams through video technology isn’t going anywhere.