“Remote Leadership Success” – A Strategic Execution Excellence Virtual Workshop

This Exciting Workshop Will Be Delivered in Two Parts

Part 1: October 19, 2020: 9am-12pm Central (CT

Part 2: October 21, 2020: 9am-12pm Central (CT)

In today’s world, it is even more imperative to master the core leadership skills necessary to lead successful & effective virtual teams.  Poor communication is commonly cited as one of the most common reasons for project failure and leading projects and programs remotely significantly increases the risk.  As leaders, we must identify and adopt better ways to successfully build and lead productive and motivated teams that deliver on goals and objectives.  Encouraging the practice of effective communication, inclusiveness, empathy, respect and collaboration will help your team be more effective, efficient and engaged.  This highly-interactive workshop will immediately provide you with the skills, knowledge, confidence and tools to successfully lead remote teams. This workshop is divided into two 3-hour sessions:

Session 1

The Virtual Leader

  • The challenges of leading remotely
  • How remote leadership differs from face-to-face leadership
  • Common risks when leading remotely and how to avoid them
Successful online collaboration and facilitation techniques
  • Critical and effective communication skills of successful virtual teams
  • Building trust and a high-performance virtual team
  • Managing virtual meetings that keep all participants engaged and interactive
  • Effectively and efficiently communicating project information to virtual team members
  • Facilitating effective innovation and problem-solving virtual workshops

Session 2

Overcoming common challenges of leading remote teams
  • Facilitating effective and efficient virtual planning and risk sessions
  • Techniques for monitoring work tasks and productivity
  • Coaching and mentoring in a virtual environment
  • Identifying conflict and facilitating its resolution
  • Gaining team member accountability
  • Identifying poor performance and getting back on track
  • How to sustain highly productive and motivated teams 
  • Technology Do's and Don'ts
We will provide you with several tools including:
  • Project Charter, Risk Log, Issues Log, Action Item Log, Decision Log
  • Communication Plan example
  • Tips for Leading Virtual Meetings and Workshops

    "Successful remote leadership is not an act, but a habit that is guided by a focused and collaborative mindset to meet team and individual goals and objectives.  Thank you for a delightful and practical workshop and for sharing your experience, knowledge and practical tools.  I have gained so much more insight."

Yu-Ling Yang - Director Quality Assurance - Aimmune

Your Instructors

Sue Glaskey - Executive Program Director

Bill Stewart - President and CEO

Class Size is Limited, so Register Soon!

If you have any questions, contact Sean Boyle at 678 325 1100 or sboyle@pmlg.com.  Ask about discounts.