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Virtual teams are becoming the norm. How is that working out for you?

The 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report states that physical meetings are losing out to virtual collaboration. Building awareness around this shift and adapting how we communicate creates a competitive-edge opportunity.

In this hyper-connected world, communication is no longer a desirable skill – it’s a critical one.

Communication is linked to virtual team performance. It’s the key ingredient and the precursor to effective team processes and outcomes. To improve the effectiveness of virtual teams, it is most often not the technology and organizational architecture that needs most attention—the communication strategy does. Organizations need to know how to implement effective virtual team communication strategies.

Register for this one-hour webinar on Thursday, July 26 at 10 AM PDT, where you will learn more about:

 
The evolving shape of teams and trends for virtual teams in organizations
The most crucial team elements which support high-quality communication
Personal and organizational strategies that impact and improve the effectiveness of virtual teams
If you lead a team or groups of teams, this webinar is not to be missed.

Can’t make the live webinar? Register anyway to receive the recording.
     
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