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377 | Leading Virtual Teams with Tara Powers

Published on 12/3/2018
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Leading virtual teams used to be a novel or even a crazy idea. Now leading virtual teams is a new standard. If you to be an effective leader of a team that you don’t see face-to-face on a regular basis, you will love this episode. I interview Tara Powers, author of “Virtual Teams for Dummies.” Tara wrote this book to help companies that have embraced virtual teams. We talk about the essential elements of effective leadership so that you can lead your virtual teams.

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Target Audience: Tara Powers has been training virtual teams on best practices for several years and she has witnessed firsthand the explosive growth of virtual teams. Factors such as technological advances, increased globalization, high operational costs and the promise of higher productivity have led to the rapid rise of virtual teams.

Leading Virtual Teams: The Transcript

Disclaimer: This transcript was created using YouTube’s translator tool and that may mean that some of the words, grammar, and typos come from a misinterpretation of the video.

Leaders in the trenches and your host today is Gene Hammett.

Gene Hammett: Hi, my name is Gene Hammett. I am the host of leaders in the churches. And my question for you today is do you have virtual teams? Are you leading people that are not located in your office? And do you do it well? Would you like to learn a little bit more about how to lead and develop a culture of virtual teams? Well, I brought someone on that I think you’d really appreciate. This is the author of virtual teams. Her name’s Tara powers and uh, this is a really good book. It’s a, it’s a really big book because it’s designed to really help you in many different aspects all the way from the whole onboarding process all the way through a team agreements and charters and, and all of the communication mechanisms and tools and technologies to do a virtual teams and be really effective at it.

Gene Hammett: And we talked about the, the reason that a lot of these fail is because they don’t have certain things in place and what you really need to do and how effective virtual teams can actually be compared to other teams and, and it really is a mindblowing about some of the numbers she shared with us on this podcast. So Tara is a coach, he’s a speaker out there and she’s the author of this book, virtual teams, but it’s more than that. This was based on deep research, the work that she did over a year with virtual teams, her clients, and in many other companies out there that have large virtual teams that she wanted to understand how to run them more effectively and how to lead them with more performance. All right, so here’s the interview with Tara powers.

Gene Hammett: Hi Tara. How are you?

Tara Powers: Hey Gene, how are you? Thanks for having me.

Gene Hammett: Fantastic. We’re old friends. We’ve known each other for a few years, but you have been up to something pretty big lately. You’ve got this new book coming out, so get a chance to share with everybody about virtual teams. And, uh, I’ve already told the audience a little bit about you, tell us in your own words about the work that you’re doing and about, you know, why you had to write this book.

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In this episode we’ll cover:

  • Virtual Teams in their Productivity and Effectiveness
  • Perception Gap of a Having a Virtual Teams
  • Allowing Employees to work remotely
  • Virtual Teams Agreement
  • Methods of communications
  • Communicating in a Virtual Environment
  • Communication Matrix
  • Mind Maniacal Focus on building trust
  • Virtual Teams Sucess for Leaders

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