When distance becomes a strength
Learning to manage a team remotely is crucial to adapting to the changing realities of the modern professional world. To thrive in this context, managers face a number of challenges, including questioning traditional management methods adapted to a face-to-face working environment.
Successful remote management relies on creating a collaborative environment where everyone feels supported and valued, even through the use of screens.
I Understanding the differences between remote and face-to-face management
I Identifying our own resistance
I Discovering tools for building healthy, cohesive teams
I Creating a virtual team charter
I Creating a culture of trust and respect in a virtual environment
I Activating the levers of motivation
I The 4 stages of psychological safety
I The 5 dysfunctions of a team (Patrick Lencioni)
I Organising a virtual meeting