This 90-minute virtual session looks at the various challenges associated with working with and leading virtual teams, which are becoming more and more commonplace in the modern working environment.
The session starts by agreeing on a definition of what a virtual team is, defines some specific strategies for managing virtual teams, investigates the role that technology plays in leading virtual teams and goes on to look at ideas for motivating a virtual team.
This session is suitable for people with experience of working in or leading virtual teams.
By using a combination of interactive tools throughout the session, participants learn how to lead, motivate and use technology in the right way when working in the modern work environment.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Define a virtual team.
- Employ three strategies for leading virtual teams.
- Understand the role technology plays in leading virtual teams.
- Identify ways to motivate a virtual team.
- When does a team become virtual?
- Advantages of virtual teams
- Challenges of virtual teams
Leading a Virtual Team
- Using the three strategies: unity, communication and performance
- Building team unity; building trust and sharing common purposes/goals
- Overcoming communication challenges
- Best practices for virtual meetings
- Enhancing team performance through motivation, evaluation and feedback