Supervising Teams Virtually

Building and Leading Effective Teams is a leadership development program that will deliver participants with the skills and tools needed to maximize the innovative potential of diverse teams to generate high-quality decisions, and to gain support for those decisions from key stakeholders..

Who Will Benefit From This Course

  • Managers
  • Supervisors/Team Leaders

Course Outline

Leadership styles and effective team leadership

  • Leadership Styles
  • Understanding your own style and how it helps to develop high performing teams
  • Creating a purpose and vision for the team’s success

Building a successful team

  • Defining success in a team environment
  • Developing a shared purpose aligned to the organisations vision
  • Setting effective goals and expectations
  • Roles and behaviours of a successful team

Team sustainability and performance

  • Developing a learning culture to overcome the dysfunctions of a team
  • Working to compliment and build on individuals’ strengths
  • Understanding the reasons for underperformance
  • Recognising achievement to motivate others

Leading virtual teams – But real people

  • Virtual Teams vs Static Teams
  • Challenges of leading a virtual team
  • Hiring (or developing) people suited to virtual teamwork
  • Elements of Successful virtual teamwork
  • Overcoming virtual distance by utilising technology to communicate and engage

Team leadership communication challenges

  • Develop communication strategies
  • Manage conflict assertively with individuals and the team
  • Influencing & persuading to promote healthy working habits
  • Managing internal politics with an optimistic mind-set
  • Establish an excellent virtual team
  • Hold effective meetings and group sessions
  • Discover effective ways to communicate with team members
  • Understand, respect and embrace different cultures
  • Set clear and precise goals
  • Provide timely feedback
  • Be proactive
  • Communicate easily and effectively
  • Stay in contact
  • Avoid making assumptions
  • Build trust and confidence among employees
  • Use software to manage better
  • Handle poor performing employees
  • Manage a virtual team during any project

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