Remote work is here to stay. The COVID-19 pandemic has made that much clear.
Now that the health crisis has accelerated this trend and made it the 'new normal,' leaders are finding themselves in the steep curve of learning how to adapt themselves and their skills to the challenges and complexities of managing entire workforces virtually.
Coaching your team in a virtual environment requires your organization to adopt a communicative, collaborative, employee-engaged culture built on trust and accountability. And if you need to correct course, it’s not too late. You can promote communication, collaboration, connection and accountability with yourself and your team members so that you’re working in ways that resonate with the values your team brings to their work and with what they need during this unprecedented time.
Join Randstad RiseSmart’s Katie B. Smith, executive coach, and Jeanne Schad, talent solutions and strategy practice lead, to find out how to coach your team toward greater empowerment.
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Katie believes that uncovering and aligning with our authentic selves is vital to becoming the best leaders we can be. She is the author of Be Happy Now: Claim the Life You Deserve and was named one of the top 25 career coaches by Career Toolkit in 2016. In addition to individual coaching, Katie offers peer group coaching to support leadership development and team building. She is a Professional Certified Coach and a skilled mentor to coaches.
Jeanne is a strategic leader who helps organizations retain top talent through career development solutions, as well as build strong employer brands and engaging cultures. An ICF-certified coach, she has held various roles in coaching, leadership development and career development over the past 16 years. In 2014, the California Diversity Council named Jeanne as one of the most influential and powerful women in the state.