Many of us will be working remotely for many weeks or months to come. Leaders across organizations are tasked with both adjusting to these changes and successfully leading their teams in the absence of face-to-face interactions. Thankfully, due to the growth in remote employees and even fully distributed companies, there are proven and practical ways leaders can manage from a distance, engage team members, make decisions, conduct effective meetings, manage conflict, and build trust with their teams.

Who should attend?
This webinar is for mid-high level managers or directors of remote employees working virtually.

Watch the Best Practices for Leading Virtual Teams webinar here.


Lee S. Johnsen

Lee S. Johnsen

Lee S. Johnsen, CPT, CPTD, SPHR, is an international leader in the fields of virtual team management, leadership development, and performance improvement. He is an expert at helping global teams and their leaders navigate the challenges and opportunities of working in the virtual world. He is the author of Literally Virtually: Making Virtual Teams Work, and an internationally sought-after speaker. He has the distinction of being one of a select few certified by three international human resources associations – ATD, ISPI, and SHRM.
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