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Virtual Teams Allow for Organizational Change
How should you lead a virtual team?
Is your organization thinking about hiring virtual employees or a new virtual team? Pamela McClinton, doctoral candidate at Argosy University, studies and researches virtual teams and has been a virtual leader for more than 10 years. In this video, Pamela says that virtual teams are here to stay, and that organizational leaders should consider approaching virtual teams as a change initiative.
What does she mean by that? When managing change, leaders can set the tone and guide team members by sharing the benefits as well as the challenges that may come with a change initiative. Often, a change includes expansion -- and virtual teams can be an effective and efficient way to grow an organization. Approaching an expansion to virtual teams as a change initiative can help leaders plan and prepare themselves and their teams to meet industry demands.
Discover how virtual teams can help drive organizational change and growth.
Having served in various leadership roles, Pamela McClinton, Ed.D., advocates for transformational and servant leadership above and beyond managerial duties. With her Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Leadership at Argosy U...
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