Managing Virtual Teams Effectively In A Digital Age (LIVE Stream)
The New Challenge Of Managing Remote & Virtual Teams
As the world navigates the coronavirus pandemic, the global workforce adapts with major changes of telecommuting and setting up virtual teams to keep business operations going. With this new emphasis on telecommuting comes a new reality: Virtual teams need a new strategy for communicating digitally, and leaders must adapt to effectively manage their people and meetings remotely.
Most people who have worked remotely will understand that while virtual teamwork has its pros, it can also be challenging. Some of the limitations of virtual teams include some people participating more than others, difficulty in dealing with conflict, and trouble developing trust. The frustration team members experience is often compounded by technological glitches on calls, connectivity issues, and team members’ different expectations about comfort and use of technology.
The New Essential Skills You Need As A Manager Of Remote & Virtual Teams
To overcome these challenges while taking advantage of the opportunities, this interactive Half-Day Workshop will guide participants to adopt the new skill-sets that are essential to become more effective managers post-Covid-19, and gain confidence at engaging and managing virtual teams in today’s digital age
- Learn how management requirements have changed
- Discover tips and techniques on how to manage remote teams
- Adopt the skill-sets to drive results and impact as a manager post COVID-19
- Be trained by one of the top Virtual Speakers in Asia – and top 15% globally
- The Changing Management Landscape
- How the needs and demands of management are changing
- The future of work and its impact on how to manage teams
- Adapting to growing and permanent trend of remote working
What COVID-19 has taught us about remote management
- Managing Your Employees Remotely
- Identifying what management competencies have changed, and how to adapt
- Remote communication: what, when and how?
- How to avoid the pitfalls of remote management
- Case studies of companies successfully implementing remote working
- Motivating and Engaging Your Team Remotely
- How to motivate your team when they’re not in the office
- Creating engaged, distributed teams
- Driving team performance and accountability
- Positioning yourself for management success in the post-pandemic world
Our Trainer’s Profile
Mark Stuart, Master Trainer, Anagram Group
Certified in Design Thinking & Innovation by MIT
Professional Member of Asia Professional Speakers – Singapore
Group Representative – British Chamber of Commerce Singapore, Entrepreneur & Small Business Committee
Committee Member – Finance & Insurance Focus Group, Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI)
Mark is a sought-after corporate trainer who trains over 175+ schools, government agencies, organisations, and corporate clients in DISC profiling, Innovation, Leadership and Soft Skills. He has over 15 years of international management and investment banking experience in the UK, Australia and Asia for Morgan Stanley, Schroders, Goldman Sachs, Abbey National and Salomon Brothers. Mark has also taught DISC Train-the-Trainer programmes.
In these roles, he was a Global and Regional department director, and managed teams from Singapore, China, India and Japan. Mark designs and delivers Anagram’s soft-skills, leadership, management, and new graduate training courses for banks and MNCs in Asia. He is also a leadership and executive coach for SME business leaders in Asia.
Mark has led large award-winning international teams across 3 continents. This exposure has allowed him to see first-hand what works and what doesn’t in a multicultural workplace.
His experience leading rapid growth and extensive change gave him invaluable experience in building teams and increasing employee engagement. Mark’s training methods are highly interactive and focus on strategies and personal goals that can be implemented in the workplace immediately, delivering instant return on investment. Mark graduated from the University of Surrey with a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics and Computing. In his free time, he enjoys sailing, travelling and current affairs. He is also a Professional member of the prestigious Asia Professional Speakers – Singapore and the Singapore Human Resources Institute.