Overview

The global pandemic has accelerated years of organisational change into several months. Some organisations have seen strong growth, others retrenchment, but nearly all organisations have experienced significant change and stress throughout this period. As we move from the crisis response into a ‘new normal’, and virtual ways of working are here to stay, it is vital for leaders to reconnect and look to the future.

How do leaders and managers within organisations manage the wellbeing of themselves as well as those around them, under seemingly incessant pressure? How can performance be maintained in the face of change and challenge?

This course is designed to help develop strategies to embrace blended working in the modern organisation. We will consider how we build resilience, improve communication and enhance collaboration whilst looking ahead to the future.

Who is the course for?

This course is designed for those with a minimum of 6-12 months management experience, including business owners, executives and managers who are actively involved in managing teams and functions remotely.

Upcoming courses

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Location
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Jan 19th, 2022 - Jan 21st, 2022 5 places remaining
Virtual Classroom
£1,450 +VAT
Apr 19th, 2022 - Apr 21st, 2022 12 places remaining
Virtual Classroom
£1,450 +VAT

Learning objectives

  • Identify the challenges and opportunities that are presented by virtual working.
  • Explore the influence of leadership, culture and people development on performance in a remote environment.
  • Examine how to build and hold together teams using virtual communication.
  • Consider the wellbeing challenges of virtual working, compounded by change, and understand the signs of stress in yourself and colleagues.
  • Explore strategies to promote engagement, mental health and wellbeing whilst working in a remote environment.
  • Role model and champion the vision and values of the organisation, reflect on different styles of leadership.
  • Be able to develop a leadership and development strategy that values people to optimise success whilst working remotely.

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Leading and Managing Teams Remotely

Upon completion of our Leading and Managing Teams Remotely you will receive a recognised qualification (AWARD) accredited by the CMI to level 7 (Post-graduate level).

You can find out more about our accreditations on our Qualifications page.

I have worked in a management position for 4 years, but I have no formal qualifications. Can I still attend this course?

Our courses are designed for all professional roles, whether you have educational qualifications or not. However, we usually suggest that delegates have a minimum of 2 years’ management experience for this leadership courses.

Who should attend this course?

Typically our CMI Level 7 programmes attract general managers, heads of departments, directors of departments, assistant directors, managing directors, CEOs and other senior leaders. Each cohort will be varied, so delegates have access to a network of different job roles across all industry sectors.

You can see all of our frequently asked questions on our FAQs page.

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This course is for you if you want to:

  • Identify the challenges and opportunities that are presented by virtual working.
  • Explore the influence of leadership, culture and people development on performance in a remote environment.
  • Reflect on current human resource policy and strategy and how this relates to remote working.
  • Examine how to build and maintain teams, using virtual communication.
  • Consider the wellbeing challenges of virtual working, compounded by change, and understand the signs to look out for in colleagues.
  • Identify how to engage with colleagues who are experiencing stress brought about by change.
  • Role model and champion the values of the organisation, and practice Authentic Leadership; inspire and motivate colleagues through example.
  • Consider Agile principles to maintain a performance focus whilst working remotely. Implement key metrics to keep colleagues’ outcome focussed, and proactive.
  • Be able to develop a leadership and development strategy that values people to optimise success whilst working remotely.