There are multiple techniques to reframe emotions, but I believe the most effective one is the simplest and the most respectful to our human nature. It consists of giving the benefit of the doubt.
1. Manage pressure
2. Avoid negative bias
No need to be an expert to be a great coach for virtual teams.
Here are simple tips for approaching coaching conversations as a virtual manager:
1. Identify what communication mode -video or call- feels safer for your team member
2. Explore how you can help by asking simple questions and stay silent to listen
3. Disconnect critical discussions from the daily flow as much as possible
1. Management is about being a translator, also in the virtual world
2. Being a virtual leader is about individual growth and playing to your strengths
1. Look up for the right model of leadership to build your style
2. Be aware of cognitive biases
3. Stop the vicious circle about being always on
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