Get expert advice on how to provide remote teams with the trust, tools, and structure they need to be successful.
With the number of remote roles continuing to grow, leaders need to know how to support teams from a distance. This course outlines best practices on how to provide employees with the trust, tools, and structure they need to be successful in a virtual environment. Get practical tips from business leaders such as Linda Hill, the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, and former Deloitte CEO Jim Quigley on how to have better (and fewer) meetings and unite talent across a multinational corporation. Plus, learn about the sizable impact that your facial expressions, body language, and voice have on your working relationships; how to transform the way you handle projects using virtual collaboration; and more.This course includes videos from:Nilofer Merchant, marketing expert and TED speaker (âSitting Is the Smoking of Our Generationâ)Linda Hill, Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business SchoolChris Fussell, chief growth officer at McChrystal GroupSheila Heen, partner at Triad Consulting Group and lecturer at Harvard Law SchoolJim Quigley, former CEO of DeloitteNote: This course was produced by Big Think. We are pleased to host this content in our library.
1. Managing Remote Teams
Nilofer Merchant: Harness the power of ripple effects with virtual collaboration
Linda Hill: Lead effective meetings, in person and online
Chris Fussell: Survive in a sea of data
Sheila Heen: Seeing your blind spots
Jim Quigley: How to capture knowledge to unite your workforce