Suddenly you and your team are working remotely. This webinar provides tips on how to support your team with empathy and understanding during this difficult time. You will learn how to establish clear expectations for working at home, to stay connected with your team and to promote teamwork to achieve results, while remaining flexible.
Why you should Attend
To protect our health, more and more companies are asking employees to work remotely. This presents new challenges from many perspectives from technical requirements to how to stay in touch and produce results. Managers are trying to keep their teams connected and motivated and could use some guidelines on how to face these issues.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Set boundaries for work and personal life
- Demonstrate understanding and empathy
- Set clear expectations
- Create a support system for individuals
- Promote collaboration for remote teams
- Set up a system to solve issues
Who Will Benefit
- Managers working with remote teams
Paula Connolly, Trainer for Mackay Byrne Group, has over 25 years of experience in professional development training. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Acadia University and Certificates in Adult Education and Professional Courseware Design, Emotional Intelligence and Personality Dimensions. Paula presents classroom and webinar seminars to help participants improve their communication, leadership and productivity skills. Paula has a dynamic speaking style and engages her audience while sharing insights and tools that participants can use when they return to their office. She has presented productivity and time management seminars to many clients including the Ministry of Community and Social Services, Health Canada, Public Service and Procurement Canada, Financial Services Commission of Ontario, Associations, Ontario Chartered Professional Accountants and the Canada School of Public Service. Mackay Byrne Group is a Canadian based training company with over 30 outstanding professional development programs. www.www.mbg.ca.