60-minutes to success! You are now leading a virtual team but can’t determine what’s working and what isn’t in your leadership style. Your leadership role requires a specialized set of skills that include the ability to motivate others toward individual and group success. The problem is that now you’re doing this from your computer at home, so you have to learn to lead virtually!
Even if you’ve been a leader for years as a member of faculty or administration, suddenly leading your virtual team can come with several new challenges. You may be wondering, “What can you do to drive your virtual team to achieve success?” or “What can you do to take a struggling virtual team and get them back on track?”
An individual who must supervise and guide a group - whether they be a team of direct reports or a class of students - in a remote setting will find that while there is some crossover from building and maintaining productive relationships in a face-to-face environment, what they must do as a leader is now very different.
In this course, we use reflection activities and several strategies (including some unorthodox – but highly effective ones) to help you adapt to your new reality. All in a 60 to 90-minute session!
In this course we cover:
We also offer a full version of this program called Leading Virtual Teams.