Leading Teams – Virtual and Face to Face
Virtual teams are being used increasingly to run businesses, depending on technology for communications instead of the traditional face to face meetings. Team leaders face new challenges in this environment. However, the first keen insight is that a virtual team is a team first, then virtual second.
WHAT PARTICIPANTS LEARN
Participants learn key lessons from the game of football/soccer.
1st: Virtual Teams are teams;
2nd: Virtual Teams demand more and different strategies.
The work focuses both on face to face and virtual teams. They learn how a virtual team to match & outperform traditional teams.
They also learn the six key factors required for high performance teams—the best in class of approaches observed with business leaders across the world.
- Clarity of Purpose
They also learn operational principles and different leadership styles.
HOW THEY BENEFIT
Leaders learn how to get things done by multiplying their efforts across a team. This entails:
- Improved leadership skills;
- Understanding and knowledge of how to use various leadership styles;
- Clarity brought to the complex dynamic of a work team;
- Secrets for how imperfect people can generate nearly perfect results & outcomes;
- Clarity brought to the anomalies of Virtual Teams and how to make them even more effective than traditional face to face teams.
- Participants become better, more strategic leaders.