Maintaining Motivation and Connection in a Virtual Workforce
In this interactive online course, we will assess your personal communication preferences and discover how these individual preferences affect our team’s feelings of connection and motivation.
|Series||Building Resilient Virtual Teams Series|
|Next Session||Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020|
|Schedule||Oct. 13, 2020 9am to 12:00pm|
Learn how to stay connected and motivated in a virtual workplace
Working remotely presents new challenges and new opportunities. This course provides individuals (not just leaders) with the knowledge to be intentional about connecting with work remotely. Leaders can increase productivity and morale if they take a personalized approach to communication. Employees can identify what is getting in the way of doing their best work. Team members can identify strategies to work more collaboratively as they come to understand what motivates and demotivates their peers.
• Identify your personal style of communication (based on eight personality types)
• Explore the impact of personal style on others
• Investigate the implications of working virtually on various personalities
• Discuss performance motivators and blockers
• Identify ways to motivate staff based on style
• Create action steps for improving employee motivation
Who Should Attend
Managers, supervisors, project managers, team leaders, business owners, aspiring managers and supervisors, anyone who manages the work of others.
Dr. Jean Davidson, a coaching and consulting professional from the Twin Cities, has 25 years of experience in education, management and consulting. Jean enjoys coaching individuals, teams and organizations and working with people to help them make changes in their lives. Jean has a Doctorate in Organization Development and a Master's in Human Resource Development, and is a Licensed Insights Practitioner as well as Certified Professional Co-Active Coach.