Managing virtual teams

Leading virtual teams requires several capabilities, including strong virtual communication skills, which can motivate and coach workers despite geographical distance and emotional intelligence that allows the individual to acknowledge the differing needs, objectives and goals of their intact and remote workers.
The virtual leader or manager also needs the flexibility to consider and accommodate the impact that cultural differences may have on their team and team performance, making any adjustments necessary to ensure a collaborative and nurturing atmosphere that can be felt across borders and time zones.

Sample Learning Objectives

• What a virtual team is

• Differences between managing virtual and offline teams

• Techniques for overcoming barriers

• Characteristics of a high performing virtual team

Available format

Classroom / 6 hours

Flipped / 3 hours

Webinar / 1.5 hours

Audience

Team leaders, managers, leaders

Category

Management & Leadership Development

Languages

Bulgarian, English