Leading Remotely

Empower your dispersed team in challenging times through a blend of self-directed learning and facilitated zoom sessions. 

Location:

Online, Wales

Date(s):

Various

Time:

Various

Duration:

3 sessions

Contact:

Trish Thomas

Email:

trish.thomas@creatingenterprise.org.uk

Telephone:

01492 588980

Price:

£80 pp + VAT. Fully funded for all businesses in Conwy throughout July and August only

At the present time many teams are working remotely, without the opportunity for face-to-face contact or close supervision.

This presents challenges but also opportunities to increase delegation and create self-leading teams. These are characterised by high levels of motivation, with individuals being empowered to do more of the work they are good at and enjoy.

 

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The programme has given me more confidence as I have been able to reflect on what it means to be a leader and put this into practice" Previous Learner

 

Who is it for? 

This programme has been designed for leaders of organisations whose teams are geographically dispersed.

 

Programme Details

Cohort 1

Facilitator: Noel

  • Session 1 - Tech check Friday 31st July 10-11am

    Session 2 -  Wednesday 5th August 10-12 noon

    Session 3 – Wednesday 12th August 10-12noon

Cohort 2

Facilitator: Kate

  • Session 1 - Tech check Thursday 13th August 10-11am

  • Session 2 -  Wednesday 19th August 10-12noon

  • Session 3 – Wednesday 26th August 10-12noon

Timing

There are three live facilitated sessions, and approximately 8 hours of self-directed learning which you will do in your own time alongside. Please make sure you can attend all sessions, and do the supplementary activities.

 

What you will get from the programme:

  • Assess the leadership style(s) and competencies required to lead remotely

  • Analyse the role of trust and explore how to actively build it at all levels

  • Understand what motivates you and your team

  • Empower teams through delegation and personal development

  • Assess digital tools for effect remote working