Leading High-Performing Remote Teams
*In Person - or - Zoom*
Facilitated by Jeannie Frazier, Franklin Covey
Learning to lead virtually is now a requirement for most leaders in today’s world. However, working remotely introduces unique challenges that many leaders are ill-equipped to address. Communication styles change, collaboration is challenged, and connection can be difficult. In addition, it’s not uncommon for leaders to worry about remote workers’ productivity. Leaders are challenged more than ever with establishing practices of open, transparent communication to help their teams understand the vision for what they’re meant to accomplish and to keep them engaged in doing great work. This session will help leaders better lead, influence, engage, and motivate their remote work teams.
Members will understand what it takes to lead virtually today. Together, we will explore the common pitfalls and best practices of leading remote teams while learning the emphasized importance of communication and trust.
Jeannie Frazier is a Client Partner for the state of Nebraska with FranklinCovey and has been in the learning and development industry since 2003. She currently works with organizations to drive results through human performance improvement in the areas of Leadership Development, Productivity, Trust, Customer Loyalty, and Unconscious Bias. Jeannie’s past experience includes positions with Union Pacific Railroad, General Electric, AchieveGlobal, and Wilson Learning. Jeannie has a reputation of being an approachable, credible resource for her customers and learning peers. She excels at bringing people together to share ideas and best practices to address company challenges.
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