So you’re managing a bunch of virtual workers.  We’re sorry.  Alas, computers finally got good enough that a lot of us can do our work from anywhere, and it turns out that a lot of people really don’t like getting dressed up every day (or dressed at all, sometimes).  But that’s the way the world is moving, and so you should probably figure out how to manage people you aren’t going to see every day.

Now on the one hand, effective leadership practices work in pretty much every environment, which means you shouldn’t expect to change everything you’re doing.  However, managing a remote workforce presents a special collection of challenges that simply don’t exist in physical environments, and failing to address those issues increases the odds that your virtual team becomes both disengaged with their jobs and disconnected from you and the rest of their team.

That’s why we developed Leading Virtual Teams.  Designed exclusively to address the unique characteristics of managing virtual employees, this short (and hilarious) training series covers everything you’ll need to lead remote workers as effectively as the ones you see every day.  From how to communicate with virtual employees to preventing burnout and building a robust culture (which yes, you can do even with remote workers!), this series has it all.

Oh, and it’s funny.  We almost forgot to mention that.  You’ll probably laugh out loud while you watch these.  But don’t worry.  You’ll probably watch them alone, so nobody will hear you snort.

So get ready to enjoy Leading Virtual Teams.  Another training course from The Jeff Havens Company, where we provide serious solutions in a seriously funny way.

Key Takeaways from Leading Virtual Teams:

  • How (and how often) to communicate with remote workers
  • Various strategies for building a strong culture and driving employee engagement for your virtual staff
  • How to identify problems and prevent burnout in employees you don’t see every day

What You’ll Receive:

  • 3 videos (approx. 25 minutes total)

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