Lessons From a Virtual World
The beauty of disruption is the rediscovery of humility.
– Dan Rockwell
What have we learned about leadership in a virtual world? What have we transformed for a virtual setting that we’ll want to continue for the future? In this roundtable, Dr. Janet Pilcher was joined by Dr. Melissa Matarazzo to reflect and share five lessons learned from recent months as take-aways for how we lead, every day.
In the roundtable and the discussion, Janet and Melissa challenged leaders to think about what they’ve learned through this time of virtual leadership, reflect on the five lessons shared in the roundtable and what they could do differently:
Why did certain lessons resonate with you?
What lessons have you learned from virtual leadership that you will apply in the future?
From the lessons you’ve learned and the five lessons you heard today, what’s one thing you will do differently or more of or change?
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Keep the Team Connected in a Virtual World
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