Managing a Remote Team: How to Motivate, Maintain Morale, and Ensure Accountability

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June 17, 2020 | 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Eastern
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Learn practical strategies to better lead your team remotely.

Our new ways of working remotely have presented unique challenges in terms of overseeing teams and projects. Many supervisors find themselves leading remotely for the first time and are looking for ways to motivate, maintain morale, and ensure accountability for their teams. In this webcast, we will look at three possible scenarios of team dynamics and discuss how to best lead within each of these. We will also ask the audience to share lessons learned as they evolve these new ways of working.

 

Who Should Attend

Anyone who is leading a team remotely and looking for better ways to build trust and efficacy while maintaining a balance of oversight and autonomy.

 

Agenda

In this webcast, we will explore how to manage a remote team in three scenarios:

  1. A well-functioning team who has recently transitioned from in-person to remote
  2. A new team in which members don’t know each other well and have not had a chance to build trust before moving online
  3. A dysfunctional team whose challenges have been exacerbated by the move to remote working

 

Instructor

Julie Nash

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Julie oversees retention and student success, curriculum, and accreditation at UMass Lowell. Prior to serving as Vice Provost, she served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; as Honors Director; and as Gender Studies Director. In her work at UMass Lowell, she oversees a number of projects related to Student Success in partnership with the Dean of Students. Read Julie's full bio.

 

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