PDG - The Top 7 Imperatives to Successfully Manage a Remote Team
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When: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
8:00 am - 9:30 am
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Laser Technology, Inc
6912 South Quentin St
Suite A
Centennial, Colorado  80112
United States


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The Top 7 Imperatives to Successfully Manage a Remote Team

 


Session Description

Quickly disappearing are the days of companies where all employees are based in one office.  Research has suggested that now 73% of US companies has some part of their workforce working virtually or remote from the main office.
Managing a remote or mobile workforce is very different from managing a team based in one central location.  The days of walking down the hall to review and monitor employees is becoming less of a reality in today’s companies.  True, many management techniques and skills parallel those used in managing a central based workforce, however, there are additional techniques needed, that a manager of remote employees would be remiss to ignore.  Managers of remote working teams are not supervisors – you can’t watch over someone you can’t see.  You can’t know that everyone arrived by 8, or is sitting at their desk, by walking down the hall to check on them.  Being a Manager of a group of remotely dispersed employees takes a different set of management techniques.  In this presentation, we will cover the top 7 imperatives a manager needs to successfully manage this different employee structure, including:
• How best to communicate with dispersed teams
• How to foster collaboration and team work
• How to create an accountability system to ensure remote employees are getting the job done
• How to best motivate them 


Speaker

Jenny Douras

Jenny Douras is President and founder of Mission Critical Training (with multiple locations in Colorado and Arizona) and is a national speaker conducting workshops across the country.  She specializes in Managing Remote Employees and has managed teams of up to 300 people across multiple countries. Her training manuals and articles are published internationally.  She has worked with many Fortune 500 companies and government organizations and received the STAR award from ATD in 2009

 

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