When managing a team of remote employees, how do you know if you have a healthy team? When you don’t see your team all of the time, it can be tough to discover team issues. However, there are many symptoms that can indicate signs of trouble. If identified early enough, and corrected with the right management prescription, you can heal a team’s problem areas. This session will cover some of the key symptoms, you can experience with your team, and their corresponding remedies. Learn how to mend the issues and get your team back in peak performance.
Many of us have recently seen our teams restructured with many employees working remotely during the pandemic. This new dynamic, where teams no longer all work together in the same physical office, can cause issues if management is not given the techniques and tools needed to best manage from a distance. This session will cover those issues that can arise and what managers can do to create a healthier and happier team.
Why you should Attend:
If you are managing employees that work in a different location than you, and you want to discover symptoms and solutions for any issues that may be arising. If you fear that your team is not working as effectively since they have transitioned to a remote work environment.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Understand where remote teams can break down and how to spot the issues
- Learn the best tools and techniques to address these specific issues
- Recognize how these management adjustments can improve team productivity, collaboration, and satisfaction
- Manager's or remote or virtual working Employees
Jenny Douras is President at AdvantEdge Training & Consulting. She has over 25 years of experience in management, employee development, operations, instructional design and training. Jenny has managed teams of up to 300 people across multiple states and countries, working with several Fortune 500 clients. From this experience she developed her Remote Employee Management Class. She also sat on the board of directors for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development for three years, and is an active member of the Colorado training community.