Being present with co-workers virtually is difficult and requires different strategies for each person.
(Originally published July 14, 2017) Mark Kaestner, former global director of executive development for The Coca Cola Company, says you need to ask lots of questions. And embrace the uncomfortable pauses: they create the space for colleagues to reflect and connect.
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