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If you have a team, you’re probably are leading them remotely. If you don’t do it right, you’ll be disrupted. Leadership guru, Kevin Eikenberry shares practical and brilliant insights from his new book, “The Long-Distance Leader.”

Kevin Eikenberry

Kevin Eikenberry

Chief Potential Officer, The Kevin Eikenberry Group

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How to Lead Long-Distance Teams

Kevin Eikenberry

Mark S A Smith: Our guest today is Kevin Eikenberry, who for the past 25 years has spent his days writing, speaking, coaching, consulting and training all to help leaders make a bigger difference in the world around them. Kevin just released his brand new book The Long-Distance Leader, Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership, with Wayne Turmel. We are going to talk today about how do you, as a long-distance leader, disrupt the competition and prevent disruption. Welcome Kevin.

Kevin Eikenberry: Hey I’m glad to be here. Thanks, Mark for having me. One thing we should add to what I just said, and maybe makes me more valuable to listen to, and that is I’m not just writing about, speaking about, blah, blah, blah this leadership stuff, I’m leading a remote team, and have been for a number of years, so hopefully I’m coming at this from a very practical place as well.

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