Coaching Remote Teams: Keeping Them Together While Apart
July 26, 2021 - July 27, 2021
Schedule via Zoom:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Early Eagle Rate:
July 12, 2021
Remote teams comprise members working from different locations, are led by one manager, all of them working for the same organization. How does the coaching leader build trust, manage conflict, solve problems, and sustain performance when one cannot physically supervise the work?
Who should attend
Managers and supervisors of remote teams.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to coach their remote teams at different stages of team development using methods adapted to a digital conferencing environment.
I. Coaching Teams at the Forming Stage: Setting Direction and Guardrails
II. Coaching Teams at the Storming Stage: Managing Conflict
III. Coaching Teams at the Norming Stage: Breaking Groupthink
IV. Coaching Teams at the Performing Stage: Sustaining Energy through Participation
V. Coaching Teams at the Adjourning Stage: Continuous Learning through Retrospectives
Ms. Czarina B. Teves is an organization, leadership, and personal transformation consultant with 25 years’ experience in the private and public sectors. She is a resource person on organizational change, systems thinking, coaching and mentoring at the CCE and at the Civil Service Institute.
She is a Certified Action Learning Coach (CALC) and has coached action learning teams for Energy Development Corp, Accenture, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Health, and Department of Education, the Zuellig Family Foundation.
She is also a Certified Master Facilitator for Team Psychological Safety (TPS) and has used this to develop team practices for executive, leadership, and work teams.
She has led project teams for public sector projects funded by the USAID and Department of Finance/Australian Aid, e.g., for the Department of Education, the Department of Health, among others.