With virtual teams being utilized more and more within organizations, managers and senior leaders are increasingly focused on the impact of virtuality on team communication.
Virtual team communication is linked to team performance. It is a precursor to effective team processes and outcomes, and with many organizations choosing virtual teams as the go-to model for getting things done, organizations need to know how to implement effective virtual team communication strategies.
When high-quality communication is present among dispersed or remote teams, it leads to shared understanding, smoother overall functioning, and better performance.
In this one-hour webinar you will:
- Explore the evolving shape of teams and trends for virtual teams in organizations.
- Examine the most crucial team elements which support high-quality communication.
- Consider personal and organizational strategies that can impact and improve the effectiveness of virtual teams.
July 26, 2018
10 AM – 11 AM PDT
1 PM – 2 PM EDT
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson is passionate about people development, self-awareness, and leadership. She specializes in planning, strategy, and learning for people and organizations. She has worked across industries and in multiple geographies, including higher education, corporate, and non-profit organizations within the U.S. and abroad. She has over 15 years’ experience in roles that include teaching, leading, and consulting.
In her work, she’s launched new online programs, led innovations in learning models, designed learning programs for recruitment and talent development, and prepared new leaders for successful transitions. In addition, she has led organizational initiatives in learning assessment, technology roll-outs and adoption, new team formation and development, organizational change, and leading remote / virtual teams. She is known for her strategic and thoughtful approach to establish key goals, while balancing organizational needs with contextual realities. She has presented numerous conference sessions and workshops on leadership style, team dynamics, and individual strengths/development.
Rachel is a Senior Consultant for CPP and a certified MBTI®, FIRO®, and CPI 260® Practitioner. She holds a Master’s degree in Leadership, graduate concentration in Adult Learning Methods & Instruction, and is pursuing her Doctorate in Transformational Leadership & Change. She also served as a founding board member of the Peter F. Drucker Society Global Network, S. Florida chapter.
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