Leading Virtual Employees
Cultivating a virtual team requires a framework for meeting goals, an open exchange of ideas and information to strengthen engagement, and ongoing coaching. Current research about virtual teams and their leaders reveals that breakdowns in a dispersed team often stem from lack of planning or from communication that fails to encourage dialog. Based on this reality, 'Leading Virtually: A Framework for Results' has been developed as a program to enhance leadership skills that will maximize the performance of virtual work groups. It focuses on two key elements for leadership success: group cohesion and individual commitment.
- Cultivating a successful virtual team & what that looks like
- Communicating successfully in a virtual or long-distance environment
- Enhancing leadership skills to maximize the team's performance & cohesion