Remote Teamwork requires high levels of trust in the organization, its leadership, and your teammates. But how do you build productive, trusting relationships when you work in different places and seldom see each other?
Join Wayne Turmel, co-author of “The Long-Distance Teammate – Stay Engaged and Connected Working Anywhere,” and “The Long-Distance Leader- Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership,” as we examine how trust is built-and sometimes damaged when working apart. You can bridge the distance to build or repair long-lasting, trusting work relationships if you know how.
In addition, participants will have a chance to win a copy of “The Long-Distance Teammate – Stay Engaged and Connected Working Anywhere.”
Wayne Turmel is a writer, speaker and co-founder of the Remote Leadership Institute. For 25 years he’s been obsessed with helping people communicate effectively to lead people, teams and projects. The last 12 years he’s focused on learning the skills necessary to survive – and thrive – in the complex world of remote work.
Wayne is the author of 12 books including “The Long-Distance Leader- Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership,” and its new sequel, “The Long-Distance Teammate- Stay Engaged and Connected Working Anywhere,” which he co-authored with Kevin Eikenberry, and “Meet Like You Mean It – a Leader’s Guide to Painless and Productive Virtual Meetings.”
Wayne has worked with clients and spoken at conferences around the world, and Marshall Goldsmith has called him “One of the most unique voices in leadership.” Originally from Canada, he now lives and works in Las Vegas.
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