Post-Covid19: Leading Remote Teams
As the COVID19-pandemic has progressed over the past year, many companies experienced a comprehensive shift to remote work. Ever since, employees and managers alike are facing major changes in their professional and personal lives. We think, if organizations can adapt, evolve and turn these challenges into opportunities, they will thrive in the world that’s ahead of us! At the same time, the actual advantages of remote work, have never been clearer.
The reality is that we have to embrace the fact that remote work has become a part of the norm. That also means, that effective leadership of remote teams, is a core capability that is essential in the future of work. But, where does one start?
The Environment For Remote Leadership
When it comes to remote leadership, it does not only take adjustments in the role of the leader, but also in the supportive environment created that will enable teams to flourish in taking ownership and making decisions autonomously in order to sustain outputs. Leaders have to learn how to create enough space for self-management to flourish and empowering their teams with the autonomy to make decisions and including them into processes, whilst setting boundaries for individuals to act autonomously.
Improve Your Remote Leadership Skills
Semco Style equips leaders with a framework to lead, manage and inspire remote teams and create an employee friendly culture anchored in psychological safety. Our approach enables autonomous decision making and agility to achieve greater impact while also defining the boundaries together on team level. This highly practical and hands-on training program will get you familiar with the Semco Style Framework. You will get an in-depth understanding of some Semco Style practices that will help you to move towards a culture of trust with efficient remote teams.
New Role Of The Leader: Your Personal Plan
Remote work stops working when you can’t trust the person on the other end of the screen. This is why micromanagement and controlling how remote workers spend their time is toxic and counterproductive. Instead, remote leaders need to build and earn trust so that they remain in-control, without controlling.
During this training program, you have the chance to reflect on your unique stories and spotlight the main challenges you are facing. At the same time, we will discuss the new requirements this role has and how you successfully apply your new learnings.
- Learn how to create the right environment for remote workin your company
- Gain trust and empower your employees with more autonomy
- Establish Psychological Safety in your teams
- Reflect on your unique story, exchange experiences within the group and develop your personal plan towards effective leadership
4 online sessions with a duration of 4 hours each