Global teams are likely to communicate MORE frequently post-COVID-19, however relationship quality may be compromised, new CEMS research finds.

Resilience, empathy, and ability to communicate have become more important for leaders of globally dispersed teams since crisis, while results-focus and technical skills have become less important.

A global survey of over 1,700 professionals has found that over a third (35%) believe they will communicate MORE frequently with colleagues based in other countries in the coming months than they d

10 Jul 2020

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