Building a Team Connection in a Remote Environment

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Suggestions for building team cohesiveness for employees working in a virtual environment for groups that do not work face-to-face.


Being physically present in the same location isn’t what makes a group of employees a team. Team cohesiveness is just as important for employees working in a virtual environment as it is groups that work face-to-face. Team cohesiveness is the degree to which the members of a team feel a sense of connection to the team and engagement with its shared purpose and goals. It is absolutely possible to build a team connection and cohesiveness in a remote environment.

Learning Objectives

Attend this informative session and learn specific strategies you can apply to effectively build a team connection in a remote/virtual work environment. Discover how genuine team connections are established and best practices you can use to help your team achieve optimal results through real cohesiveness.

Key topics covered include:

  • Understanding the 5 fundamentals of team building
  • Building trust among team members remotely
  • Key reasons to encourage productive conflict
  • Strategies for cultivating accountability within the team
  • How to establish meaningful commitment to the team and its results

Attend live or via recording (90 day access to recording).

Continuing Education Credit:

This program is approved for 1.5 general HRCI credits and 1.5 SHRM PDC.

Recertification credit is provided only to the registered participant; full session attendance is mandatory for credit.

June 2nd, 2020 10:00 AM   through   11:30 AM
10 am - 11:15 am CST / 11 am - 12:15 pm EST
Webinar Cost $ 199.00

The instructor is preselected for this workshop and requires no input.

Instructor or Facilitator Randall Olson
Webinar Event
Webinar Key 380-061-651

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