Abstract : Nowadays, Man sees the transformation of his working methods because of or thanks to the continuous development of Information and Communication Technologies. These allow workers within split organizations to exchange data and communicate knowledge without time and space limits. Within companies, technologic evolutions lead managers and their colleagues to adapt themselves in order to keep carrying out successfully their missions and reach their objectives. Meanwhile, Manager, both subject and object of our concern, must support these changes and adapt to the new working habits of his colleagues. This matter or fact opens numerous fields of research about new habits, appropriation processes, social representation, communication and collective intelligence processes and tools to lead and motivate from a distance women and men. Over the last ten years, we have observed these transformations, focusing on the impact of information and communication technologies on human behaviors within companies. Companies needs to cope with projects and daily tasks distancing, evolutions in the behavior of new generations entering the labor market and operational managers issues have triggered our researches on understanding and supporting all aspects of these behavioral and communicational transformations. Our investigations, given the systemic complexity of the issue, brought us to look at different approaches developed in information and communication sciences, in sociology, in psychology and in management. This holistic view allowed us to identify a set of inductor key factors which we called e-behaviors. Given that human complexity cannot be confined to these specific and often quite extreme behaviors, we defined e-behaviors trends using in-firms surveys. These observable trends should help posing different types of distant communicational problems and thus optimize interactions and their result.