This webinar will heighten your awareness to the biggest pitfalls you may face, when your attention is diverted due to the current, organizational change with teams working from home. Penny Zenker will also discuss ways to avoid those pitfalls by creating a productive environment and to invest the time and energy into other work habits that will be changing over time.
If you lead people, projects, or teams and have direct reports who work from home or other locations, you can’t afford to miss this candid, high-energy presentation. You’ll leave informed, energized, and ready to be a better manager, coach, and mentor. If you are responsible for the development of leaders in your organization, prepare to be challenged and inspired to re-assess your leadership development efforts.
This webinar will cover ways to prepare for working remotely as the COVID-19 virus has caused many organizations to close offices. Presenter and best-selling co-author of The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership Kevin Eikenberry will also host an extended Q&A session to answer all of your pressing questions about preparing for remote work.
In this webinar, Natasha Terk will lead a lively and interactive webinar on leading meetings, that will help attendees gain clarity about a meeting's purpose and audience, prepare effectively, keep the conversation on track, and follow up without nagging.
Ever notice how certain team experiences feel exhausting while others enlighten you and help produce the best work of your career? If two-thirds of employees are disengaged (Gallup study), then even the most reliable team might appear moderately uneven and not very memorable. Yet, other team experiences can serve as career high points helping us to remember the reasons why we love where we work, lessons we’ve learned containing positive impacts, and teams we’ve performed with that produced outstanding outcomes. Research using the Extraordinary Teams Inventory (ETI) even exposes the reality that the average group contains roughly 15% of members who suck as employees and 15% who are genuinely extraordinary.