Course "Remote Working – How to manage teams effectively when working from home" has been pre-approved by HRCI as eligible for 1 credits towards a participant's recertification upon full completion.

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Introduction

Our work environment has changed significantly in the past week.  Businesses must quickly adjust to having team members working from home.  How do you effectively keep team members engaged and working together?  

This webinar will review important tips to manage teams working remotely, including how to run remote meetings,  keep employees productive, technologies to use, addressing conflicts with kids being at home, and how to measure activity and effectiveness.

This webinar will review important tips to manage teams working remotely, including how to run remote meetings,  keep employees productive, technologies to use, addressing conflicts with kids being at home, and how to measure activity and effectiveness.

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • How has the workplace changed
  • Key work from home technologies and options
  • Running remote meetings
  • Dealing with distractions at home 
  • Keeping employees productive
  • How to measure productivity in remote environments
  • How will the workplace change after this crisis is over
  • Future direction of work from home technologies

Why should you attend?

Regardless of how long your teams will be working from home during this crisis, remote work will increasingly become a part of our company cultures.  Learning how to manage remote teams is a new skill all managers need.

Who Will Benefit

  • Anyone who manages teams that are working from home due to the current crisis

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