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By Stephanie Monge-Sherman It’s understandable that many leaders who are new to this likewise relatively novel practice may need some clear and concise suggestions to help them navigate their way through coaching a remote workforce. In coaching, effective communication is a requirement and is arguably the most important tool a leader can possess. That’s why Part One of this two-part series is going to focus solely on tips to facilitate better communication. In part two, we’ll broaden our focus and dive into more generalized, but equally important remote coaching strategies. 6 Tips for Impactful Coaching Communication With Your Remote Workforce 1. Simple and Clear. With

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By Josh Williams, Ph.D. “The true test of leadership is how well you function in a crisis.” – Brian Tracy The Importance of Large-Scale Communication Executive leadership skills are tested in crisis. Senior leaders are facing challenges now that not only threaten the survival of their companies but the lives of their employees and those they serve. As you may have noticed, leaders are now sending mass emails out to the public addressing their response to COVID-19. These email blasts represent a great opportunity for leaders to connect directly with the public to share their vision and values during this crisis. Unfortunately, many

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By Brie DeLisi The world has been incredibly impacted over the course of the last month with COVID-19 and impacts on our economy. Leaders are being confronted with challenges that they have never had to address before, and it can be overwhelming. Leadership skills during this time are more important than they have ever been, to continue to promote a culture of safety and productivity. The impact on employees During concerning times, employees look to their leaders to provide support. Clearly these are unprecedented times and one that is a cause for serious concern. As a leader, your personal reactions are incredibly valid

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By Josh Williams, Ph.D. It is critical that leaders pay attention to their mental health during this pandemic and share information to employees on this topic. The extreme stressors leaders are dealing during this pandemic can bring mental health issues like stress and anxiety to the forefront. Leaders should be commended for their proactive efforts during these times. There are numerous examples of executives doing the right thing by their employees which will be detailed in upcoming blogs. This is especially commendable as financial perils threaten many organizations. Executives are dealing with unprecedented economic uncertainty while managing stressors in truly uncharted waters. It is

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By Julia Borges Virtual Work and COVID-19 If our world wasn’t already virtual, it sure is now. Amidst the novel COVID-19 pandemic that has completely changed the way the world works, businesses are faced with the challenge of staying connected in a virtual world. Many businesses may already be comfortable with working virtually, as this is has become increasingly popular over the years, but for some businesses, this way of working is uncharted territory. With an increase in virtual work comes a lot of change. This change can include the way your people communicate, execute their work, and stay connected with their teams.

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By Eric Johnson As the impact of the COVID-19 virus on the economy grows more and more severe, an increasing number of industries have become well aware of the sharp impact the virus will have on their operations and end customers. In particular, the construction industry is poised to experience a downturn that we believe will occur immediately and be recognized in earnings between Q2 - Q4. Of course, this all depends on the severity of the virus. Any mutations or reemergence at successive points in the future will create additional uncertainty. Construction industry drivers are largely related to the growth of

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