Adapting Your Leadership Style to Manage Remote Teams
Includes a Live Event on 06/10/2021 at 9:00 AM (EDT)
We all have our preferred style of leading others. However, that preferred style doesn’t work for all our direct reports/team members and has to be adapted in order to more effectively lead others. And, to complicate matters, how we lead, engage, and motivate our teams will need to be adapted further in today’s virtual workplace. How we manage one of our team members may be vastly different than how we need to manage another. We want to adapt how we lead our teams based on what they need from us to be successful in the workplace.
This virtual program provides HR leaders at all levels with best practices to engage and motivate remote team members, with a focus on adapting their leadership style to more effectively lead their teams. In addition to discussing the variety of leadership styles available and how to adapt your style to engage others, this workshop will also focus on key leadership competencies necessary for leading your remote teams.
Prior to the virtual session, participants will receive two mini-assessments to complete: Conflict Management Styles and Communication Styles. The results of these mini-assessments should be available during the virtual session for use in breakout room discussions.
• Adapting your Leadership Style to Engage Remote Teams
• Creating and sharing a vision for your remote team
• Setting expectations and enabling for growth of the team
• Finding ways to enable for a feeling of togetherness and keeping the team engaged; virtual team building that works!
• Enabling for regular communication and collaboration on the remote team
• Managing conflicts, solving problems and driving decision making with remote teams – best practices to collaborate
• Goal setting and keeping the HR function moving forward – helping your team continue to support the organization virtually
• Delegating work to remote team members
• Incorporating new hires into the virtual team
• Providing feedback and mentoring your remote team
Abudi Consulting Group
Gina Abudi, MBA has 25+ years’ experience working with organizations of all sizes – from smaller businesses, non-profits, through to large, global organizations – providing expertise around projects, processes and people. Additionally, she works closely with a variety of clients to develop and deliver customized workshops/seminars and training programs to meet long term strategic needs.
Gina keynotes and speaks at conferences, forums and corporate and industry events on a variety of topics. She has written a number of white papers and articles on various management and project management topics, which can be found on her blog: http://www.GinaAbudi.com. Gina is leading author of Best Practices for Managing BPI Projects: Six Steps to Success, J Ross Publishing, 2015 and author of Implementing Positive Organizational Change: A Strategic Project Management Approach, J Ross Publishing, 2017.
Gina is active with the Northeast Human Resource Association (NEHRA), Association for Talent Development (ATD), and the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP).
Gina is adjunct faculty at Granite State College teaching in both the Masters of Science in Leadership and Masters of Science in Project Management Program, as well as an adjunct faculty at the University of New Hampshire and New England College, facilitating ACG’s workshops for their corporate clients.