Live Event: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Virtual working, which occurs when geographically separated individuals collaborate towards a mutual goal, has increasingly become the norm. Leading a virtual team with the foresight to focus on taking actions that increase the benefits of virtual working, whilst addressing and minimizing the risks, allows team members to be effective at operating and supporting colleagues in a virtual environment. These skills have only increasingly become more essential with the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This course will enable managers of virtual teams to lead those separated by distance, time zones, and cultures. Adopting a dynamic approach within a virtual environment enables managers to focus on maintaining the team’s objectives and goals while managing team performance, regardless of location. This webinar will provide clear direction on how to manage a virtual team and how to build relationships and communication that enable tasks to be achieved and projects to stay on track.
What You Will Learn
- Investigate the value of a proactive approach to leading virtual teams
- Explore tactics for implementing a proactive approach
- Discuss tips to build and maintain relationships to get the most from your team
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About the Speaker
Rahul Dogra Leadership and Management Insights
Rahul Dogra is an author, instructor, and experienced consultant working on software and consultancy projects, ranging from management skills development to leadership enhancement, knowledge management systems, and individual and organizational performance improvement. Dogra shares over 20 years of management and leadership experience with professionals around the globe, including the Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA), a partnership among leading engineering and science-based organizations that provides high quality leadership training.
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