Lee Johnsen

What if one thing could change the way your remote team works for the better?
Lee Johnsen, author of Literally Virtually, understands well the power of a team agreement. So just how do we create a team agreement? What should we put in a team agreement?
If you are looking for ways to best work together and build trust even when you are working virtually, you need to listen to my interview with Lee. Whether you are a team of two or a team of ten, your business success is influenced by your team building. Listen in as Lee shares his wisdom on how to build a team that is cohesive, has trust, and knows how to work together well.

A reminder that this video will be available for 24 hours only so watch it now!

So set yourself up for success and write down one action step you can take to create or grow your remote team that you discovered from today’s interview.

Leave a comment below on your one takeaway from our interview.

Lee Johnsen

Lee has a 30-year record of successfully guiding organizations toward increased productivity and solid work relationships resulting in substantial growth. He is a leader in human performance improvement, organizational development, and change management. He is an expert at helping virtual teams and their leaders navigate the challenges of working in a virtual world. In 2019, he released the 2nd edition of his book, Literally Virtually: Making Virtual Teams Work, (Child of the Prairie Publishing).

Lee has held officer and management positions in Fortune 500 corporations as well as government agencies and has worked internationally to assist organizations in developing their team members. His expertise encompasses executive coaching, leadership and management development training, performance improvement consulting, and leadership of virtual teams. He has the international distinction of being one of only a few who is certified by three international human resources organizations—Association for Talent Development (ATD), International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).



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