Virtual training best practices and MBTI® type considerations

Presented by Sherrie Haynie and Rich Thompson

“Virtual” teams—ones made up of people in different physical locations—are on the rise. The appeal of forming virtual teams is clear: employees can manage their work and personal lives more flexibly, as well as gain the opportunity to interact with colleagues around the world; and companies can use the best and lowest-cost global talent and significantly reduce their overhead costs. Though it may be difficult to get the most out of virtual teams, when done right the payoff can be substantial. An Aon Consulting report noted that using virtual teams can improve employee productivity; some organizations have seen gains of up to 43%.

In this webinar, Sherrie Haynie and Rich Thompson explore current trends in virtual teaming and will cover:




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