“Everything rises and falls on leadership.” That now includes virtual leadership, a new term for a new world. Don’t just survive, learn to thrive by taking the time to understand what being a virtual leader truly means, how to actively engage your employees, and how to hold remote teams accountable.
Purchase webinars individually or buy the series!
If you are one of the many leaders who have experienced a monumental shift in the way you lead your team, this valuable webinar workshop is a must! Discover the eight essential competencies needed for effective virtual leadership. Learn how to actively engage your employees to boost morale, increase productivity, and even profits! Break free from the “accountability crisis” that so many leaders are trapped in, and set your team up for success. This 3-part webinar workshop will help you reach your full potential as a virtual leader.
The Live Webinar format is designed to enhance the training experience through interactions via live chat and polling. Through the online forum, all participants will be able to connect with the speaker, program coordinator, and each other. Within this virtual environment we will be able to share best practices and learn from each other’s experiences.
NEW! ONLINE FORUM FEATURE
Your webinar registration gives you access to a private forum to connect with Joanna Pera, the program coordinator, and other webinar attendees. After registering you will receive email instructions on how to create an account and login. This online forum allows you to submit questions, provide feedback, connect with others, find solutions, participate in book discussions, and so much more in a safe and welcoming virtual community! In this “new normal” era of online learning and social distancing let’s get connected and stay connected!
90-minute webinars – recordings also available
- Embracing the Essential Eight Leadership Skills – Become a Virtual Leader
- Virtually Engaging Employees – Involve Your Team
- Accountability in a Virtual World – Get It Done
Session Dates & Descriptions
Webinars start at: Noon Pacific – 1 PM Mountain – 2 PM Central – 3 PM Eastern
Impactful leadership skills are developed over time, not overnight. As many leaders move to a virtual leadership model it is important to recognize that some traditional leadership skills may be transferable, while others may need to be enhanced, and new ones learned. Learning new ways to lead a team takes time, diligence, and a desire to adapt to an ever-changing world. Attending this information-packed webinar to discover the eight essential competencies needed for effective virtual leadership is the first step!
Engagement. A word we hear often as it relates to employees, but what does it really mean and why is it important? How do employee engagement and employee satisfaction differ? How has the recent shift to a virtual work force impacted a leader’s ability to engage with remote teams? In this valuable webinar we will discuss those questions, address what employee engagement is, and how to effectively engage your virtual teams. We will also look at each driver that impacts employee engagement and provide examples on how those specific drivers can be virtually managed.
According to Talent Quarterly, businesses are in an accountability crisis. Holding employees accountable has become increasingly complex within the current pandemic. Leaders are quickly making virtual adaptations in areas they already struggled with. Join us for an insightful webinar on holding remote teams accountable. We will break down the four components of accountability, discuss real-life examples, and the importance of each area. Learn the eight common reasons why managers shy away from accountability and how to make a shift in the right direction. With just a few minor tweaks to your virtual leadership style you will see a huge improvement in your ability to hold remote employees and teams accountable. If you are one of the many leaders trapped in the “accountability crisis,” register for this information packed webinar and lead your team to success.