The Long Distance Leader: Strategies for Leaders Separated From Their Team by Location and Time Zones
Learn strategies to effectively and efficiently manage your team while creating greater alignment among team members.
Leading teams across different locations and time zones can present unique challenges, but with the right strategies, you can foster effective communication, collaboration, and teamwork. As organizations try to fill critical roles, organizations often use strategies that include allowing team members to live and work remotely. This has substantially increased the geographic dispersion of team members in many organizations. While this gives organizations more flexibility in their hiring practices, they are also being faced with some unique obstacles associated with teams working at a distance. This topic will provide strategies for leaders who are looking to manage geographically dispersed teams more effectively and efficiently while creating greater alignment among team members.
- You will be able to identify strategies to foster effective communication, collaboration and teamwork.
- You will be able to discuss the concepts related to efficiently managing dispersed teams.
- You will be able to recognize the challenges associated with remote work and effective collaboration.
- You will be able to explain strategies to assist leaders in connecting to their teams that are separated from them geographically.
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