Virtual Teaming Requires Deliberate Practice

by | Apr 8, 2020

Doug Shupinski is Director of Leadership Development at Merck, and no stranger to leading virtual teams at all levels. Doug spoke with our team to convey his trust and excitement in the opportunities available to all of us in holding our meetings virtually, even prior to the recent Coronavirus-related mandates to temporarily abandon face-to-face meetings. 

To Doug, our agenda should not be to learn new ways to communicate virtually, it should be to do more of what we already do to build trust and stay connected in our in-person team meetings.

<span style="color: #8A93A8;font-size: 12px;margin:0;padding:0;line-height: 1">Written By:</span><br>Tyler Woodcook

Written By:
Tyler Woodcook

Tyler Woodcook is the Creative Design Specialist at CorpU

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