Essentials of Leading Virtually
Assemble the skills for a resilient virtual team.
Many of us are leading remote workforces, but few of us have a roadmap to success. We will explore, in depth, the foundation of supervising remote workforces.
In this practical, interactive course, you will learn how to use your skills and knowledge as a people manager to help effectively lead and collaborate virtually by adapting your behavior and approach to address the needs of your virtual colleagues. By building trust and consciously thinking about your information flow, you can create clear communication lines, encourage effective collaboration, and implement consistency through setting and adhering to expectations, while also building a... Read More
In this practical, interactive course, you will learn how to use your skills and knowledge as a people manager to help effectively lead and collaborate virtually by adapting your behavior and approach to address the needs of your virtual colleagues. By building trust and consciously thinking about your information flow, you can create clear communication lines, encourage effective collaboration, and implement consistency through setting and adhering to expectations, while also building a rapport and connection within your team.
By thinking differently about how you approach virtual interactions and by understanding and employing behaviors that build trust within your team through communication, collaboration, consistency, and connection, you can create a motivating and productive workplace. Read Less
- Explain the importance of shared accountability in virtual interactions.
- Discuss how trust is built and maintained in a virtual setting.
- Develop effective communication pathways that support your entire team.
- Apply virtual meeting best practices.
- Set expectations with your team that address their productivity needs.
- Provide equitable opportunities for increased participation.
- Describe the importance of conscious information flow on a virtual team.
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ATD’s Essentials Series Annual Pass offers a flexible and affordable way to increase your performance via interactive, online learning taught by the industry’s leading subject matter experts.
Creating Your Message
What’s Going on and Why?
Role Model and Coach
Meeting Best Practices
What’s Everyone Doing?
Time Zones and Work Schedules
Building and Maintaining a Virtual Relationship
Recognition and Acknowledgment
If you or your team work virtually some or all of the time, then this course is for you. Whether you’re a new or experienced leader, you and your team will benefit from the strategies and concepts you will be introduced to in this program.
ATD education programs are designed primarily for learning professionals—trainers, instructional designers, and organization development practitioners—but also greatly benefit anyone within an organization who is responsible for developing others, from managers to human resource specialists.
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Things To Know
Participation in all online sessions at their currently scheduled day and time is mandatory to receive completion for the program and any applicable credits. Please note that viewing a recording will not fulfill the attendance requirement. Participants who fulfill all program requirements will see their completion status reflected on their transcript in the ATD Learning Portal and will receive an email verifying their completion of the program.
ATD requires active participation through the program to receive credit for the class. Active participation includes, but is not limited to, participating in virtual classroom activities, discussions, breakout sessions, and intersession work. Please note that using a tablet or mobile device severely limits your ability to fully and actively participate.
All sessions will be recorded and available in the Learning Portal for participants to review throughout the program for your review.
6.0 Learning Hours
0.6 CEUs awarded
A laptop computer with Wi-Fi capability is required for both face-to-face and online programs. Please do not bring mobile devices (phones, tablets, etc.) in lieu of a laptop. There will be no computers available on-site for participants. Note: You might not have an optimal experience if you are using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge to access your courses. Chrome is the recommended browser.
ATD LEARNING PORTAL
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- Engage with your facilitator and peers.
- Access pre-work assignments.
- View any technical requirements.
- Review logistical information.
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