Presented By: Eileen Toogood | Webcast Aired: November 9, 2011
It’s estimated that between 20 and 30 million people work from home at least one day a week. With the rapid growth of social technologies and the emergence of new business collaboration tools, managing remote employees or work teams is becoming more common in today’s business world.
Virtual leadership is also becoming one of the biggest challenges managers are facing today. Not having the face-to-face interactions that traditional leaders count on for verbal cues and performance measures means that there are specific skills, proficiencies, and strategies virtual leaders need to be successful.
Today’s virtual leaders need to create conditions that optimize motivation and performance across virtual work teams. And after this webinar you’ll have a clear understanding of those conditions, plus:
What successful virtual leadership looks like and the needs of the virtual worker
12 specific virtual dialogue skills that build collaboration and productiveness across technical boundaries
Common mistakes virtual leaders make that demotivate off-site employees
Ways to overcome challenges and uncertainty of leading remote employees
Specific ways to help virtual workers feel like a part of an integral team