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By: Melinda Rizzo, Contributing Writer
October 22, 2020 4:22 pm

What does it take to be a great virtual leader?

Clear Communication. Holding self and others accountable. Providing and being flexible while maintaining productivity and meeting deadlines.

The more the workday changes – from home offices and remote work weeks to flexible schedules, finding the best way to communicate expectations and maintain accountability and performance standards, managing virtual teams requires the same fundamentals essential to any great leadership position. 

“It brings you back to the basics of leadership- creating an environment where people feel welcome, safe and that their contributions matter”, said Katie P. Desiderio, a faculty member and executive director for graduate business programs and assistant vice president for corporate educational partnerships at Moravian College in Bethlehem.

Leadership, she says, is about human performance. 

Read the article on the Lehigh Valley Business website here: Leading a remote team may require you to tweak your style