Whilst there are lots of blogs and webinars on leading remotely there are very few leaders who have done this successfully over the long-term.
The current situation demands that leaders respond and adapt to new circumstances. This may require refining practices, approaches and language so that their team can succeed in a remote-work environment for as long as it takes.
In this webinar Deb will bring together 25 years of virtual leadership practice with the latest research, thinking and best-practice in this field
The content explores best-practice, proven, practical techniques for:
This session will be interactive. It includes the opportunity for Q&A and further reading references
The slides include ‘how to’ guides for achieving a high calibre of management and leadership of virtual teams
Attendees will learn
Professionals, managers and business owners who now need to lead a team of people who are working remotely.
This is an excellent introduction for those who want to understand more about leading remotely for the first time and for experienced professionals it will update existing skills sets with some of the latest thinking and research resulting from COVID-19.
The Amplify Group
Deb is the owner of The Amplify Group, a business that uses best-practice frameworks to deliver very practical, high-impact leadership, change and inter-personal skill building workshops. Deb’s passion is to help professionals deepen their self-awareness and embed behaviour that creates new levels of performance, engagement and results for them.
Deb has over twenty years’ experience in Executive Leadership positions where she has managed very large remote teams of more 3,000 people for some of Australia’s best known and highly regarded companies including Vodafone, BUPA and OPSM. Deb holds a BA (Psychology) and a Masters of Organisational Coaching (Sydney University). Deb’s clients span the retail and wholesale property management, banking, legal, technology, transport and motoring, and telecommunications industries.
The webinar was recorded on 13 August 2020.