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Team Leadership Skills for Managing Workers Remotely 

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Online workshops available each month or can be run internally for your organisation.    

For further details and to book your programme place Contact Chris Gilson Here

Over these Covid-19 months, many new practices have come into working life that would previously have required careful planning and serious engagement.

As we all know, this disease has caused many more people to work from home than ever anticipated. The anecdotal evidence suggests that the move home has not been as difficult, as would have been expected.  Many people like it and have suggested that remote working could suit them in the future. Others just want to get back to the workplace.  Team Leaders will have to make some decisions on the best approach to remote work for individuals and the new challenge of managing Teams that combine both remote and office based workers. It is better to start the planning for the new way of working and make decisions that best suit individuals and the business. CJHNetwork have developed a number of training workshops to provide support and some insights that will help team leaders. We use the SHL RemoteWorkQ assessment as a pre-requisite for this training together with Belbin Team Roles. 

The aim of the training is to work on preparing leaders and their people for the remote working environment; developing key communication skills, relationship management techniques, practical tools and solutions for effectively operating in remote working arrangements. The training will use reflection and self-development techniques to address the areas of communication, trust, culture wellbeing and individual differences in Remote Working and consider and reflect on key actions required to ensure successful remote working. Click on the images below for full details on each programme.

RemoteWorkQ is designed to provide:

• Insights into identified strengths and potential risks for working remotely
• Individualized coaching tips on how to use identified strengths to overcome risks

The test measures three competencies
• Work Relationships: A sense of isolation is common for remote workers, which can reduce work motivation. Establishing social connections, maintaining open communication and building strong cooperative working relationships can overcome feelings of social isolation in a remote work environment to enable high performance.

• Work Habits: Many remote workers are more productive than those working in offices. Working independently, managing time efficiently, and staying focused on tasks are critical skills to remain productive in a remote work environment.

• Self-Development & Well-Being: Engagement is increased when workers have opportunities to learn new skills and use those skills to meet challenging goals. Being flexible, willing to take initiative, and looking for opportunities to improve performance are important capabilities to thrive in a remote work environment.

Team Leadership Skills for   

Managing Workers Remotely

Team Member Skills for

Working Remotely

Team Member Well Being

Working Remotely