In this highly interactive online course, we will discuss and learn about new strategies for working virtually. Bring your real-life challenges and successes and join the conversation.
|Series||Building Resilient Virtual Teams Series|
Explore proven strategies for working remotely.
Whether your business or organization has a well-established remote work program, or you've recently launched into the world of virtual work, this program will present new strategies for success. This interactive session will be customized to address your unique challenges and needs. Instructor Scott Lester will present key strategies for both leaders and their employees to balance trust and accountability and create a positive remote working culture. He will then facilitate a conversation, based on your responses to a pre-course survey. There will be plenty of time for discussion and to learn from others who are also doing their best to make remote work, work, for everyone.
Learn Key Strategies on How to:
1. Maintain a Strong Work Culture
2. Balancing Trust and Accountability
3. Maximize Effectiveness
Who Should Attend
Managers, supervisors, project managers, team leaders, business owners, aspiring managers and supervisors, anyone who manages the work of others.
Scott W. Lester is a Professor of Management at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. He received his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina. He teaches in the areas of human resource management, organizational behavior, and leadership. Scott facilitates multiple workshops in the Supervisory Management Series for UWEC Continuing Education and has years of private sector management training and leadership development experience. His current research interests include mentoring, dyadic trust, managing a multi-generational workforce, and work-life balance. Scott has published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles. His research has appeared in a variety of well-respected journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Journal of Organizational Behavior. Scott has been on faculty at University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire for over 20 years and has received numerous honors including the UW–Eau Claire Excellence in Scholarship Award in 2010, the Chuck Tomkovick Management and Marketing Teaching Excellence Award in 2013, the UW-Eau Claire College of Business Coaching Award in 2016, and the UW-Eau Claire Excellence in Service Learning as a Faculty Mentor Award in 2018.