This Friday, April 27th, Yael is speaking at the 21st Annual SHRM-LI Conference, and since this topic is so significant 800+ attendees will join her. Because of the large number of attendees, we will run two workshops, which will allow attendees to choose the more convenient time for them either 9:45am or 11:15am.
Yael’s sessions include interactive discussions and exercises that engage attendees with practical knowledge for managing virtual teams.
Here’s our workshop description:
The face of Virtual Teams is increasingly common today, due to the rise of technology and globalization. As they reshape the way we do business they are no longer a phenomenon. But how to create and manage these teams is a skill that many managers need to develop more fully.
This workshop will examine the unique communication issues faced by teams that no longer sit in the same building or the same city and discuss how to achieve the all important context communication in the virtual workplace. Common challenges like keeping team members engaged, bringing ‘lost riders’ into the fold and avoiding excessive multitasking will be addressed. In addition, attendees will hear about AIM’s research findings, learn practical tips, and take away tools and techniques from “A Manager’s Guide to Virtual Teams” book.
Registration for this conference is still available. We hope to see you there on Friday!