ESF Managing a team remotely training
- Leadership and Management
- Working remotely is different to managing remotely
- The potential risks and impacts that working in isolation can have upon you and your people
- Know yourself and them so working patterns can be adapted
- Whilst the cat’s away, the mice will play…
- How do you ensure your people remain seen, heard and valued
- Too much or too little?
- Teams/google meets/Zoom expectations, etiquette, and fatigue
- Trust – a successful management style for distance
- Whilst no contact – you must remain connected
Are you managing a team or group of people remotely? Are you struggling to find a positive management style whilst you and your team are working from home?
Do you want to ensure you are managing your people in a positive and productive way? Are you managing a team of people who do not want to be working remotely?
Do you want to learn strategies and techniques to ensure you remain a good communicator and leader, whilst you manage from a distance?
One of the impacts of the recent coronavirus pandemic is the significant change in our working patterns and locations. Many people are working from home, in isolated locations, for the very first time. This training course is aimed at anyone who is interested in how they adapt their management and leadership approach to these unusual and challenging times. This training course will be especially beneficial for leaders and managers who have responsibility for developing and supporting staff.
This course will explore the potential risks of managing from a distance, how to effectively respond to your people as they work in isolation and explore how to hold honest and open communication with your people. This course is for those who are serious about learning and development. No prior knowledge needed, just a willingness to participate openly and honestly.
Course Facilitator – Sam Bishop
Sam is a Business Coach, an accredited Psychotherapist and a Director of S&G Business Development. Sam works with business owners, senior leadership teams and professional athletes.
Sam has a degree in Psychology and Masters Degree is in Psychotherapy. He is accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and holds a global client case load, supporting clients in the UK, America, Australia and Asia.
Sam’s passion is people and he enjoys giving people the tools to be able to help themselves and others, so they can then fulfil their potential.