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
Classroom / 6 hours
Flipped / 3 hours
Webinar / 1.5 hours
Team leaders, managers, leaders
Management & Leadership Development
Note: We'll work with you to help you identify your specific training needs upfront and then develop a customized training solution to help you reach your specific goals. The above training objectives are just a sample of what could be covered in this topic. For more information, please contact us.