You can now download the executive summary of our recent research: What makes a great virtual leader?
Among the findings:
42% of managers of virtual teams say they give more feedback to teams that have gone virtual; only 14% of their team members agree
40% of team leaders say they offer more recognition to their team; only 20% perceive that to be the case.
Managers who are also introverts are 6x more likely than extrovert managers to significantly misjudge team connectedness, productivity and happiness
Teams that perceive themselves as more productive are also more likely to report feeling less connected to other teams in their organisation.
Across the board, 58% of teams report feeling less connected to other teams in their organisation
56% of teams feel working virtually has improved their productivity, and 36% their health and wellbeing
40% of managers create “too many” or “the wrong kind” of virtual meetings
18% of teams dislike their managers attempts at “organised online social meetings”.
Download the report below, and watch our chief research officer Darin Fox present the data in a webinar
Or learn more about our new Virtual Leadership coaching programs at fastlead.com/virtualleader