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How to Create and Manage Remote Teams February 23, 11 AM Central Time

  Thursday, February 23, 2012 - 11:00

Leaders and Project Managers today have direct reports or team members who are located somewhere else- another location or another country. The basics of good team management haven't changed, but how does a manager or organization maintain peak performance and keep employees engaged when separated by miles, time zones and culture?
Join us for this 90 minute interactive workshop which includes assessment tools, worksheets and an action plan.

All programs are delivered at 11 AM Central Time (US)

Course Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will apply tools and techniques learned in the class to assess their team's connections in three areas: Team Relationships, Information Flow and Task Performance to reduce rework and barriers to effective performance and team cohesion.

Topics include:

  • Learn what makes a great team
  • Discover why working virtually makes engagement and teamwork harder
  • Assess team relationships and and what to do about it immediately (low-cost tools, action steps)
  • Assess information flow and what to do about it
  • Assess team task performance and what to do about it today
  • Plan and commit to next steps
f you’re a manager or project manager with remote team members, about to become a manager or are responsible for leadership development in your organization, don't miss this program.

Are you a PMI certified project manager? You may qualify for special discounts and PDUs. Click here to learn more.

"The support materials, assessments, and after webinar follow up are outstanding! This was NOT a "hit and run" webinar!" 
"The supporting research on reaching out to virtual teams was great"  
"Every manager in our organization should take this program"

All participants receive a PDF Packet of prework and course worksheets to be viewed prior to the class.

$190 per participant. Discounts available for multiple registrations. Contact us for details