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Being a leader is a multi-faceted challenge, based on our own individual skills and experiences; for each of us some parts are easy and some parts are difficult.


Being a virtual leader can seem like it makes the easy stuff challenging and the difficulties exponentially more so. But, in reality, leading virtually isn't more difficult, it's just different but unlocking the secrets to doing it successfully can be a daunting and time consuming task on your own. 

Build and lead



  • lack of engagement

  • demotivation

  • low team cohesion

  • siloed efforts

  • low expectations

  • low accountability

  • confusion

  • slow reaction time

  • little or no trust

  • low social interaction 

  • inconsistent behaviours across team

  • dissatisfaction / low engagement

  • low productivity

  • difficult to identify, track and address performance issues




  • increased productivity

  • highly motivated

  • highly enagaged

  • faster reaction time

  • trust

  • transparency

  • strong sense of team

  • more collaboration

  • consistent behaviours across team

  • clear expectations

  • team sees the big picture and their place in it

  • accountability

  • performance awareness


Which team do you want to be on?

Figuring out how to be a good leader in a remote situation can take years because it isn't obvious what you need to do differently. Virtual Effectiveness support can help you understand the differences in leading virtually and help your team flourish faster. 


It’s remarkable how well I came to know our team, how deep our trust in one another became, and how our collaborative creativity flowed, given that we rarely met face to face.


Laura Mack



The Remote Engagement Leadership Strategy helps you identify what you need to do differently, when to do it and how to achieve success with it. 


Virtual Effectiveness can help you build stronger relationships, increase knowledge and information transparency, encourage effective collaboration and provide you with the knowledge and skills to engage your team.

Still not sure whether making changes are necessary?
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