This course is for business owners, leaders, and HR leaders who are looking to create and engage a remote-based workforce.
Working with and managing a remote-based workforce has a whole set of different challenges to an office-based workforce. Most organisations sent their entire workforce home during the pandemic. Many did so on a temporary basis with a temporary mindset.
In this course, I share over a decade’s worth of experience in building and growing remote teams. I show you how to overcome some of the challenges from building strong relationships, great communication and how to tackle some of the challenges that may arise such as loneliness and miscommunication. Plus, the importance of creating an agile and flexible mindset.
Remote working opens a great opportunity to recruit from a much more diverse talent pool and I share some perspectives on this with you too.
Building remote teams is based on trust and respect, creating great things when you get it right. So, let’s dive in!
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Course Introduction4m 39s
Chapter 1 - Principles of Leading Flexibly17m 50s
Chapter 2 - Developing your Team15m 25s
Chapter 3 – Talent Acquisition and Retention19m 33s
Chapter 4 – Being an Agile Manager19m 26s
Chapter 5 – Impact on Diversity14m 11s
Wrap Up2m 54s
Review Questions8 questions
Final Exam13 questions
Over the last two decades, I have founded and built five businesses. I began my career in the corporate world having worked for KPMG, Goldman Sachs before joining BSkyB shortly after their merger. I have always loved business building, the challenges, the accelerated learning, and the opportunity that comes from that. Over the last few years, I have specialized in supporting the accelerated growth of HR and people-based consultancies across the UK and USA. Many of which are 100% home-based. I can see a really bright future in today's rapidly changing world and the opportunity for a wider and more diverse workforce to be able to embrace the world of work on their terms.