With home and remote working increasingly commonplace in many organisations of all sizes, many managers are finding themselves leading remote and virtual teams that can feel isolated, lacking in direction and burned out. This course is designed to help those managers adapt to these new working environments.
Learn to build engagement and productivity from a distance.
With the modern workplace no longer confined to the old concept of bricks and mortar offices, managers today require a robust set of tools and techniques to coach, motivate, and communicate across a team that may well be spread across cities and even borders.
This one-day course on leading remote and virtual teams covers the core skills that managers need to feel confident managing remote employees, along with the techniques to maximise their performance and results. Participants will learn the best practices for building and maintaining trust and connectivity, such as how to make remote employees feel like valued members of any team.
Topics covered include:
Meeting the challenges of remote leadership
Applying the seven competencies of remote leadership
Benchmarking against the REACH model of effective leadership practices
Accounting for time, space and culture differences
Creating a sense of belonging
Appealing to the six needs of employees
Building and maintaining trust
Creating a team spirit
Coaching from a distance
Supporting and developing teams from afar
Communicating using technology
Running a remote experience
The opportunity to facilitate and participate in a remote team meeting