Managing a team remotely

Managing a team remotely

When distance becomes a strength
Manager qui discute avec son équipe en virtuel

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

Each training is tailored to the needs and context of the organisation. The teaching approach is playful and participative, offering time for individual reflection and concrete group experiences as well as role-playing. The optional presence of an actor makes the process even more effective.