Duration: 1 hour
As the world enters uncharted territory in navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, a swath of the global workforce is setting up shop to work from home. With new emphasis on telecommuting comes a new need for virtual leadership. Teams need a strategy for thinking differently, communicating digitally, and making sure people feel included and connected in order to effectively manage their people and projects remotely. Most people who’ve worked remotely can attest that while virtual teamwork has its pros, it can also be challenging. This webinar will dive into the mindset, skill set, and tool set needed for leaders to navigate the new virtual landscape with greater effectiveness.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- How to implement research-based best practices for leading remote teams and cultivating an effective virtual environment.
- Ways to sustain business continuity even in the midst of disruption.
- Tools for building a sense of “team” when leading remote teams during times of crisis and beyond.
Rich Tallman is a Senior Faculty member based in Colorado Springs, CO. He trains multiple open enrollment programs including the Leadership Development Program, Coaching for Development, and Leadership at the Peak as well as working with custom clients, designing and delivering programs tailored to their specific needs. Prior to joining CCL, Rich had a consulting practice in organization design and development where he worked with a variety of organizations undergoing substantive change including restructuring, mergers, and change initiatives to increase productivity and profitability.
Leadership Solutions Partner
Erica is a Leadership Solutions partner and specializes in addressing the factors of human behavior that affect performance, productivity and Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI). Erica has a passion for advancing organizations and people beyond their current limitations to achieve greater results and fulfillment. Erica brings over 14 years of leadership experience in global organizational effectiveness to her role. Before joining CCL, she provided her expertise to businesses ranging from small to global as well as host of political and non-profit organizations.