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Is virtual teamwork getting you down? Are you struggling with motivation? A better understanding of your virtual collaboration style can increase your effectiveness. Take Pollinate’s Knowledge Transfer Index (KTI) assessment (free of charge for individuals through April and May) to get actionable insights into your unique collaboration preferences.

Need an energy boost? Juice co-founder Brady Wilson recommends starting every meeting with appreciation.

Our friends at Dialectic have launched a series of free Learning Snippets to support employees working virtually during the COVID-19 crisis.

Mentoring is more important than ever in this time of social distancing. Here are some tips to guide you from Allison E. McWilliams, Assistant Vice President of Mentoring and Alumni Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University, in Psychology Today.

“It is being said around the globe: move a bad meeting online and you have a terrible meeting,” writes Nancy White of Full Circle Associates in her post about creative destruction and engaging communities online.

Need a balanced picture of what is going on in your organization? John Reid, President of the JMReid Group, discusses how the military expression “distance magnifies error” and how it affects our perception.

ICYMI: Can a sprinter become a marathon runner? 5 things to know for better virtual team collaboration by Pollinate CEO Christy Pettit.

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