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While we’re here… We really ought to… Before you know it… We’ve all been on projects or task forces or teams where scope creep completely derails our initial plans, our progress and our success. And as leaders, scope creep WILL happen unless we are truly intentional in addressing it beforehand. Check out the episode below […]

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Projects are completed every day. While some aren’t as successful as others, most organizations treat all those endings in the same way – with deafening silence or at most, a sigh of relief. Effective leaders and project managers think about how they will reward, recognize, and yes, celebrate project success. Experience and observation shows that […]

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Trust, by many measures, is near an all-time low. According to Pew Research, public trust in government is historically low. More important to us, Forbes.com states that 63% of employees don’t trust their leader. Ouch. I’d call that a crisis of workplace trust. And yet we know that high levels of trust directly impacts greater productivity, […]

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In today’s episode, we delve further into one of the lessons that I talked about in last week’s video, What I’ve Learned About Leading Remotely: Setting Clear and Mutually Understood Expectations Tweet it out: “The best coaches ensure expectations are clear and mutually understood.” @KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Get a copy of The Long-Distance Leader […]

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All effective leaders must learn to delegate effectively, and increasingly, they are leading hybrid teams – where some of the team members are co-located and others work away from the rest of the group. This fact changes delegation dynamics in ways you may not have considered. If you want to delegate more effectively to a […]

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Often in this space, I talk about a webinar where an expert will share powerful ideas with everyone who registers. Those learning experiences give you access to that expert, and even though we open those sessions for questions, it is mostly one-way – expert to audience. Today, I announce a very different learning experience. This […]

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Today is a special day at The Kevin Eikenberry Group: my newest book, The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership, is being released! And to celebrate this occasion, in today’s video, I am sharing some of my best ideas from the book for leaders (or future leaders) of remote teams. Tweet it out: Effectively […]

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Trust is a critical factor to the success of teams. The more trust exists, the easier and faster the right work gets done. Building this trust on a remote team can be especially tricky, which is why remote leaders must know how to support remote trust building, with and among their team members. Here are […]

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It is finally here. Tuesday, June 5 is the official publication date of The Long-Distance Leader. After years of working with remote leaders and leading remotely myself, and months of writing, editing, and preparation, The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership will soon be in your hands. But only when you order a copy […]

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I am starting this episode with a very important question for leaders. Commitment or compliance: WHICH do you want? And your answer to that question will make all the difference to which you will actually get. Check out the video to learn more. Tweet it out: True leadership garners commitment, not simply compliance. @KevinEikenberry From […]

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