Remote working, virtual working, flexible working, home working – these are all familiar business terms, yet managing remote teams can present all kinds of new challenges.Read more +
Enabling Your Workforce For Remote Working
So how can we mitigate some of this risk? Well our L&D solutions should be a big part of the answer. Watch Bob’s presentation at this years World of Learning event to learn more.
We draw on over 15 years of real world experience in the area of remote/virtual working. Working with various organisations who have transitioned into more and more people working away from the office has given us broad expertise in the area of managing remote teams.Read more +
Our Delivery Methods
Using a range of delivery methods, including interactive live virtual training sessions, we aim to explore and equip managers and employees with methods to overcome common remote working challenges:
- As the separation between work and home life becomes less distinct, remote workers may struggle with a healthy work-life balance.
- Reduced social learning opportunities through observation and conversation with office colleagues.
- Higher levels of organisational risk under less supervision, and a potential breakdown of trust.
So how can managers retain a sense of team? How can they motivate from afar? How can we keep communication channels open and morale up? All of this and more is explored in this popular and increasingly important range of courses for managers of all levels, experience and sector.
Remote Training Courses FAQs
Is remote management the same as agile management?
Agile is often a term used for remote working teams, but it is intact a project management approach. Remote management or remote working refers to situations where team members are located in different geographies, whether permanently or dynamically.
Is managing a remote team different to managing a team in the same place?
Some aspects of good management are clearly the same, but there are some significant
differences that the manager and the team need to be aware of. For example working in a team that is geographically spread can reduce the opportunity for social learning (learning from each other) so managers and teams need to recognise this and work out how to counter this probl