Communicating consistently ensures your employees have the information to feel that you support them. The virtual leader must be diligent about delivering the right messages, along with acknowledging the limited nonverbal cues conveyed within the message. In this video, learn how to develop an ongoing plan to communicate and increase your awareness of nonverbal cues.
- Virtual communication is not a new concept. … It's been around for many years … starting with the introduction of telephones, email, … instant messaging and video conferencing. … What is relatively new is how to communicate effectively … to lead others in a remote environment. … In this lesson, I will share with you some tips … on how to make your communications more effective … and impactful to lead your remote teams to success. … First, pay attention, and adjust your vocal tone. … One of the most popular communication research states, … "words are only 7% of how we receive communication, … while 38% is your tone of voice … and 55% is your body language." … I venture to guess that body language … accounting for only upper body movements … and facial expressions may have less effect digitally … and the tone of voice more impactful. … Your tone of voice sets the sound of a meeting. … If you're anxious, frustrated, or upset in any way, … your tone of voice reflects those emotions. … In contrast, if you're upbeat, enthusiastic, confident, …
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