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Leading And Motivating Dispersed Teams

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

June
1,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

2,950 USD

Location:

Not Provided

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

June
1,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

2,950 USD

Location:

Not Provided

Course Description

Virtual teams are already a fact of the global marketplace as companies leverage global talent, and technology facilitates better communication. In this course, you’ll acquire critical skills leaders and members of a virtual team need for creating, maintaining and motivating successful virtual teams and learn how to effectively navigate the challenges and obstacles related to working virtually.

Program Benefits

You can learn why virtual teams are so important to organizations today and understand the dynamics, discover tools for managing people from afar, acquire strategies for communicating effectively with distanced team members, work with the two-stage model of virtual leadership and recognize your employees’ development needs.

Program Inclusion

Topics include recognizing technical, interpersonal and cultural issues facing virtual team, exploring factors for effective virtual teamwork and examining best practices in leading local and global virtual team.

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

1622505600

Instructor:

John Daly

Contact Person:

Lynn Slattery

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Texas at Austin

Course Description

Virtual teams are already a fact of the global marketplace as companies leverage global talent, and technology facilitates better communication. In this course, you’ll acquire critical skills leaders and members of a virtual team need for creating, maintaining and motivating successful virtual teams and learn how to effectively navigate the challenges and obstacles related to working virtually.

Program Benefits

You can learn why virtual teams are so important to organizations today and understand the dynamics, discover tools for managing people from afar, acquire strategies for communicating effectively with distanced team members, work with the two-stage model of virtual leadership and recognize your employees’ development needs.

Program Inclusion

Topics include recognizing technical, interpersonal and cultural issues facing virtual team, exploring factors for effective virtual teamwork and examining best practices in leading local and global virtual team.

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

John Daly

Contact Person:

Lynn Slattery

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Texas at Austin