Churchill Coach Carylynn
Organizational Psychologist & Leadership Coach
How to Lead a Virtual Team
We know that keeping your teams safe is a #1 priority to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. For many, that means making the shift to working remotely. This is new territory for many business leaders and it’s understandable that they may need support making this shift.
Managing a virtual team is vastly different from one that normally interacts face to face – especially when that team crosses functions and cultural borders.
The good news is that we are a digital society and we have many technology and tool options for virtual working. While virtual teams come with their own set of challenges, our experience shows that virtual teams can overcome these challenges with the right leadership approach and team strategies in place. You can make this virtual shift a success and thrive by:
- setting and agreeing to communication norms
- prioritizing building trust
- increasing inclusion and belonging
- focusing on results
- leveraging diversity
- celebrating accomplishments
In this webinar, we focus on how you can make the shift to virtual a success:
- designing strategies to increase inclusion and belonging
- focusing on results and celebrating accomplishments
- setting and agreeing to communication norms that build trust
Are you ready to increase employee engagement, talent growth, and performance? Churchill partners with you to provide best-in-class coaches and growth strategies for leader and team development. Start the conversation at 888-486-8884 or drop us an email at Solutions@Churchill-LG.com.
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Cary combines deep scientific expertise in the social sciences with extensive C-suite coaching and consulting experience to elevate even the most successful leaders. Cary’s clients describe her as brilliantly insightful, pragmatically blunt, and contagiously positive. She has a knack for knowing which frameworks and resources will profoundly impact her clients. Where others fail, Cary helps her clients activate new awareness and heighten conversational, relational, and emotional capacities.
After a decade of leveraging her expertise in corporate leadership and team dynamics, Carylynn discovered that coaching is about discovery and creating ways for leaders to better understand themselves, their teams and their environment. Carylynn has a PhD in Organizational Psychology and is a Certified Coach (ICF PCC) and a Certified Master Facilitator (INIFAC).
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Are you ready to increase employee engagement, talent growth and performance? Churchill partners with you to provide best-in-class coaches and growth strategies for leader and team development.
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