Management Leadership Introduction to the Remote Leader

Introduction to the Remote Leader

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Duration: 3
  • Language: English
  • Audience:

    Managers, Supervisors, Leaders

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Vado is a Project Management Institute (PMI) Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) This course has been approved for (Number of hours listed in duration field, currently) credit hours for project managers looking to maintain their certification.


Managers learn how to translate their management skills to a virtual environment.


Course Objectives

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • The Unique Aspects of the Virtual Work Environment
  • Classic Leadership with a Virtual Twist
  • Building Trust in the Virtual Environment

Topics Covered

The Unique Aspects of the Virtual Work Environment

You’re a remote leader—welcome to the club. You are part of a growing group of leaders tasked with managing and leading individuals across the country and around the world. That sounds like a big task, and it is. Whether you’re in the same building or not, leadership is complex.

What’s critical to remember is that you’re a leader first. No matter where you are, you must connect employees to the company vision, provide direction and coaching, inspire and motivate, create strong work goals, and so on. Leadership is complicated, and as a virtual leader, you have the added challenge of needing to perform your leadership role and responsibilities by working through and with technology.

The good news is there are a number of best practices and techniques you can implement to maximize the technology, thus turning a virtual work environment from a challenging environment into one that is engaging, energizing and gets work done.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Find out what’s unique about leading within the virtual environment

Classic Leadership with a Virtual Twist

Issues such as working with remote technology, managing various work schedules, and coordinating time zones are all part of leading a virtual team. And while each of these elements is vital to your success, it’s easy to get lost in the virtual aspects of managing your team, and thus lose sight of what’s really most important your leadership.

First and foremost you are a leader, and as a leader you are responsible for managing, directing and coaching each person to perform at the highest level. Now whether you do this from the same office building or not, is in some ways, an afterthought. Of course that doesn’t mean leading a virtual team is easy; there are certainly some unique challenges involved. However, it does mean you must always remember your leadership comes first—the virtual part comes second.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Know what additional leadership actions are a must when leading others remotely

Building Trust in the Virtual Environment

One of the most important aspects of leading others is building trust. Trust sets the tone for any working relationship and creates the environment for great work to flow. When trust is present, leaders know their employees are working hard to achieve their goals and objectives, while at the same time employees know their leader believes in them to do the job they were hired to do—without the need to continually check in and monitor progress.

When trust does not exist, leaders are weary, and are not sure if their employees are doing what they’re supposed to do. So leaders call and email, and call again. Yet constant phone calls and emails to monitor progress wear employees down. This lack of trust hurts work relationships as well as performance because employees are left to question every decision they make, and are not free to do their work in the way they think is best.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Learn how to shift your mindset to successfully build trust and lead others in the virtual environment

Subject Matter Expert

Vado offers 350+ employee soft skill and management development e-learning courses that is changing the face of learning with course design that includes the following elements:

Development Happens on the Job. Research shows that 70% of development happens on the job, and Vado is the only off the shelf e-learning courseware provider that helps the learner apply on the job through step by step instructions.

Chucked Learning. Some call it granular, others call it chunked, microlearning or learning bursts . They mean the same thing a learners want short learning courses. Study after study shows that taking in information in small bite sized chunks leads to increased learner retention. The market has been recognizing this trend toward shorter and shorter learning courses and have shortened e-learning courses from 4 hours to 1 hour to 30 minutes. Our learning content takes this trend to the next step to meet the demands of learners.

Video. In their personal life, employees learn new information by watching videos and they have come to expect that on the job. All of Vados courses start with a short instructional video. And the videos are in high definition for a better learner experience.

Optimized fore learner. Mobile means two things: technology and the learner experience. Vados learning content is optimized for both meanings. From a technology standpoint, all 300+ courses are viewable from all hand held devices. From a learner experience perspective, small bite sized videos fit the mobile learners requirement of not having to complete long courses on their hand held device.

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