How to Lead in a Collaborative Virtual Environment

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If these you face some of the following dilemmas: geographic dispersion, remote locations, no face-to-face contact, dual reporting, or accountability and responsibility without direct authority, then this webinar is for you.

How to Lead in a Collaborative, Virtual Environment focuses the competencies and capabilities needed to manage others in global, virtual, and matrixed organizational environments. In today’s world of virtual teams and geographically remote execution you’re only as good – or effective – as your network. So what is needed to execute work effectively in your series of interconnected, virtual “webs”?

In this webinar you will learn the skills and competencies required to influence and persuade others to mutually beneficial outcomes, create and maintain connectedness with people that you have either never met or have infrequent contact, and “manage” individuals with whom you may have no direct control.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Balance the competencies required in traditional management with the competencies required to be effective in matrixed, virtual settings
  • Compare the decision-making criteria required in management hierarchies with those required to be effective in a remote management and participation role
  • Define the role set or network needed to operate from in order to be successful in a virtual environment
  • Optimize remote location execution, participation, and productivity


Who should attend:

  • Managers and supervisors
  • HR personnel
  • Any remote employee who works on a team

Presenter

Jim Eicher Bio Pic

James Eicher is the creator of Cognitive Management which applies research from the cognitive sciences to organization and leadership behavior. Jim has held leadership positions at KPMG, Booz Allen Hamilton, Symantec and IBM, focusing on organizational change management (OCM), learning and development, and organization design/implementation.

Jim is the author of the Making the Message Clear, and he is co-author, with the late John Jones and William Bearley, of the management assessments Matrix Manager Inventory: Leading in a Collaborative Environment; the Neurolinguistic Communication Profile; Rapport: Matching and Mirroring Communication and Post-Heroic Leadership: Managing the Virtual Organization.

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