Harnessing the power of a virtual team takes strategy, exceptional communication skills and the skills to understand how to bridge the distance gap. Managers of every level are encouraged to attend.
Many leaders’ effectiveness depends on their opportunity to walk around a building or location, finding people or having impromptu conversations as they encounter people throughout the day. While this can be highly effective, it is not the norm anymore. Many leaders are managing people who work at another location, across town or across the globe, sometimes without direct authority over them. They are finding they need to formalize informal aspects such as building trust and credibility, gaining respect, seeking information quickly, evaluating performance, and creating presence and rapport. They may feel their presence evaporates quickly, or that a negative encounter has amplified ripple effects. They are working with people who are less like them, and this increased diversity adds challenges of knowing how to motivate, influence, and support.
INSTRUCTOR: Stefanie Heiter
In this workshop you will:
Benchmark your current remote leader capability using our newly updated online Virtual Leader Fitness™ Assessment, including tips for improvement
Learn a research-based model for virtual leader behaviors proven to significantly improve a virtual team’s ability to work together and achieve its goals
Gain exclusive access to the latest research in forming teams separated by distances in culture, geography, gender, generation, language, time zone, or technology
Get a unique blend of inspiration and practical skills you can immediately apply to transform yourself and your team
Join a community of like-minded leaders searching for innovative communication skills to gain an edge in recruiting and retaining the best talent
BONUS: You will receive a 1-hour individual coaching session within 45 days after the Summit with virtual leadership expert Stefanie Heiter to review the implementation of your newly found insights and abilities
This training is limited to 12 seats.