In today’s video, we’re tackling a popular topic (for both managers AND employees): knowing (and not crossing) the line between frequent communication and micromanaging.

(Because, really, the term “micromanagement” is determined by those being managed…)

Click the link below and join Wayne Turmel, co-founder and product line manager of the Remote Leadership Institute, as he explains the difference between communicating frequently with your employees and micromanaging, and why it’s so important to understand that difference.

(Frequent communication and micromanaging aren’t the same thing. Trust us.)

From communication…to performance management…to motivation…and more…as a remote leader, you’ve got to be prepared to stay connected, handle meetings and schedules and provide the support your staff expects and needs.

That’s why we here at the Remote Leadership Institute is helping people just like you succeed in the virtual workplace by offering our Remote Leadership Certificate Series.

This interactive small group series is delivered to you virtually, just like you lead, and is targeted into seven weekly sessions, focusing on topics including building a virtual team, leading virtual meetings, presenting effectively over the web, coaching from a distance, and more.

We limit the class to only TEN participants in order for maximum learning, so don’t delay! Grab your seat today, by clicking HERE!


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Wayne Turmel has been writing about how to develop communication and leadership skills for almost 26 years. He has taught and consulted at Fortune 500 companies and startups around the world. For the last 18 years, he’s focused on the growing need to communicate effectively in remote and virtual environments.

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