Managing Teams in a Remote Environment
October 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
In a world where the pandemic has forced distance between us; beyond Zoom fatigue (it’s real!) and ad hoc telework agreements; past the technology hurdles and the internet bottlenecks; out at the end of the fiber optic cable is your team. Managing a team in the old world was hard enough. What about now when you don’t get the social interactions or the non-verbal cues that we could all interpret well enough? What are you doing to make managing your remote team easier?
This session will dive into some evidence-based strategies for managing teams in a remote environment. This was not a new concept for 2020, and there is a significant body of knowledge around what works and what doesn’t work. Join us to discover:
- Common challenges of remote work
- Best practices for supporting your remote team to enable their best performance
- Tips for managing expectations for both your team and your boss
- How to build connections and collaboration into the work
- The importance of establishing behaviors and rituals that build a positive team culture
This program covers topics in the Learning Technologies track.
Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) covered in this session: Leading Change (Flexibility, Resilience) and Leading People (Team Building) .
NOTE: Only guests need to register for this event. Current paid registrants have already been added as attendees and will receive event log in details via email.
Chris King, when not wearing his Chief Technologist hat for TOC, promotes learning interventions that actually improve performance and change behaviors at CEEK LLC. His tools of choice: effective classroom techniques, agile instructional design, the Five Moments of Need™, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®, and dash of project management discipline. He is fully committed to CEEK’s mission of waking up zombies in the workforce, helping agencies define and pursue organizational wellness. Chris is a Project Management Professional, a Certified ScrumMaster, a certified 5 Moments of Need™ Designer, and a certified facilitator in LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®. He is currently working with several teams who have a need to refine and modernize their typical approach to L&D.