“Education can be the cornerstone of a
nation's recovery from a crisis because
education is really our collective work to
bring hope and bring energy for the future
and prepare our young people for a better
Set up environments that foster success
Define and claim
Make your space
Plan for tomorrow
before you end the
Feed your brain,
invest time in Q2
Create an identifier
that lets people
know you are in
Let your voice be
Get outside. Take
breaks away from
Choose a stopping
time and stick to it
Use your new
make your mind
and body happy
The tactical aspects of leading a remote team
Managing remote teams
Successful remote communication
Examining your roles and defining your goals as a virtual team
Maintaining high trust through change
Leading through change
How innovation blossoms during challenging times
Graham: Welcome / Icebreaker (where are you calling from and what’s your go to stay-at-home snack) / Orientation to the UI (chat, Polls)
UI Orientation. Q&A, Chat,
Welcome to Managing Remote Teams. I’m Victoria Roos Olsson with Franklin Covey and I’m excited to continue with the second session of our 7 part web series for people who find themselves leading remote workers for the first time.
Before we get started, I hope you will engage with me though out this webinar. At this point we all had enough isolation. If you look across the bottom of your screen, you can use the Q and A to send questions, comments and ideas. Graham will help us monitoring this box.
It might also be handy to have a piece of paper and pen next to you. I will ask you to reflect on a few things.
At the very end you will have the opportunity to stay on for questions.
Throughout this webinar series were going to be giving you access to a lot of GREAT franklincovey content.
Last week Suzette addressed some of the tactical aspects of leading remotely.
Today we are going into more specific managerial / leadership skills that every leader managing a remote team must practice.
Working from home vs. Being non-voluntarily AT HOME
Old norms vs. new norms and related implications
Connection means more than ever before. The separation of personal life and work life means so many different things to so many at this point.
How you interact with those you manage and work with—and your family and friends too—it’s changing DAILY
How we work with one another—all business…There’s more openness, more empathy and a better understanding of what people are going through.
Having a space to work in, my family are safe and healthy…I don’ have children around daily.
Part therapy and honesty
It’s all about connection and all about helping people.
Help you get form here to there…whatever your “there” is.
SO much crisis, pandemic, unprecedented times,…. What now?
Kids are home… we’re home…what now?
Some leaders are afraid people won’t work from home.
Our next webinar
, Free 30-day trial of Jhana, we will be in touch to set that up.
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Feng shui is off…and what you’re used to isn’t there.
Get personal like that with the audience.
Misinformation is all around us and we’re not always able to find out what’s going on.
Be Human: How are you? How can I help?