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The fundamentals of supervising people are the same, regardless of whether they share an office space or work in a different time zone and country. Successful supervision of people who aren’t physically in the same space requires extra diligence. You miss the rich body language broadcasting at 50,000 watts. You have fewer options for spontaneous hallway or lunch chats. People can’t see what you’re doing. Successful supervisors pay attention to building relationships.
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Few things derail a leader and hurt organizations more than unhealthy personal perspectives and pride. The more senior a leader, the more painful the impact of unhealthy pride and narcissism. Napoleon was both a genius and a disaster. [Read more…] about Significant, But Not That Significant