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Geographically distributed remote teams as well as"hybrid" teams – which are neither fully remote, nor completely onsite at the office – are becoming increasingly common and important in life science companies. These teams offer a unique and complex set of challenges for both employees and managers. In this program, leaders will review some common challenges and opportunities faced by hybrid teams, as well as strategies for addressing those challenges.
This interactive on-line workshop is designed to provide insights into the tactics, techniques, and processes needed to effectively lead remote and hybrid teams. Participants will gain tools, skills and methodologies that will help them to overcome the significant obstacles of hybrid and remote teams, such as ways to build and maintain relationships, how to replace the "water cooler", solve logistical issues, and balance the needs of different team members.
Who Should Attend
Gwen Acton, PhD, is the CEO of Vivo Group. She holds a doctorate in biology from MIT, and specializes in developing leadership and management skills of scientists and engineers.
NOTE: Most Massachusetts companies are eligible for 50% reimbursement through the Express Fund. Applications are due 4 weeks in advance of training: http://workforcetrainingfund.org/apply/express-program/ with course course ID 1130408
Recent Feedback About This Program
“I liked how interactive and realistic it was"
"I appreciated learning about optimizing virtual platforms to connect with colleagues more often”
“I loved the open and honest conversations about working and how it will change”
“Specific tips and suggestions were helpful"
“I liked being engaged with team members and encouraging others to share opinions”
"I will try to implement being clear on expectations from others"