Join us on
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Noon - 1pm
For an exciting webinar:
Electronic Engagement: A Key Competency for Virtual Leadership
Led by Stefanie Heiter of Bridging Distance
Many leaders working in a virtual environment miss core elements of electronic engagement that would enable their employees and teams to ‘hum’. The response to this is often to find a technology solution. Yet, while the right technology is critical, it is only part of what is needed; people must still be motivated to use that technology to foster digital cohesiveness. This means that a virtual leader successfully utilizes collaboration tools as platforms for interacting and conducting the business of individual and team performance management. Bring your questions, challenges, and stories to an interactive session based on evidence-based tips and tools for helping people engage well from everywhere.
Objectives of the Learning Webinar:
1. Define virtual leadership, especially in comparison with in person leadership
2. Explain the challenges of leading over distance
3. Learn about The Distance Lens and a model for effective virtual leadership
4. Discuss core components of the Electronic Engagement dimension of the model
Stefanie Heiter is a Managing Partner of Bridging Distance. She is among the nation’s leading thinkers in the human side of virtual work. A strong background in leadership and change management allows her to easily adapt proven processes to distributed organizations. Her efforts enable people to create productive relationships across distance, while pulling them out of the email and meeting insanity, giving them back valuable time and focus.
As a pioneer, Stefanie’s research and consulting experience in dispersed, global work began 20 years ago. Her clients include Sanofi, Microsoft, Walgreens, Baker Hughes, and Lockheed Martin. Stefanie has authored numerous published articles in the area of virtual leadership, teams and communications, and is a frequent speaker for organizations such as PMI, SWE, and SHRM.
Audience: Leaders, managers, consultants, trainers, subject matter experts and students.
$10 for CMATD Members and other ATD Chapter Members; $15 for Non-Members; $5 for Students
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