Winning at Remote Leadership- Close Together at Great Lengths
Text-based communications, telework and e-commerce have transformed predominantly direct, in-person encounters to virtual and often retrospective experiences. Online technology can also open huge gaps in terms of interpersonal communications. Are your business processes effectively aligned for such change?
This month’s presenter, recognized as a most influential blogger on this topic, will join us by webinar to directly demonstrate the mastery of key connection issues across the new distributed workplace. He will explain:
- How organizations have historically excelled across space and time
- What is different now and current technological solutions- or failures
- Choosing the right technologies for your circumstances
- Best practices for competitive advantage in this new environment
Come prepared to log in with your questions and ideas.
Webinar: January 14, 2019, 7:00 – 8:40 P.M. CST, USA
Sponsor: Chicago Booth Entrepreneurial Roundtable, West Suburban Chapter
Location: Online - link will be provided after e\registering
Special Arrangement; This event will be presented AT NO CHARGE, but you must pre-register as a guest of ER on our website (same sign-up process as if this was a typical program at NLU in Lisle). Once registered, you will receive an e-mail confirmation of your registration which will include a link to the webpage on which the seminar will be conducted. On the day of the event, you will also have to sign in there with your name and e-mail address as verification that you are registered.
Moderator: Greg Gocek
Wayne Turmel, Author and Co-Founder of Remote Leadership Institute https://www.remoteleadershipinstitute.com/
Wayne has focused the last 20+ years on helping organizations worldwide communicate clearly and purposefully in the remote workplace to engage virtual teams and with customers. His clients include the American Red Cross, Schneider Electric, Dell, and several departments of the US and Canadian governments. He has authored nine books, including The Long Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership, 10 Steps to Successful Virtual Presentations, and Meet Like You Mean It: A Leader’s Guide to Painless and Productive Virtual Meetings. His groundbreaking podcast, “The Cranky Middle Manager Show” was ranked one of the top influential HR blogs by BNET. Described by Dartmouth’s Tuck School Dr. Marshall Goldsmith as “one of the truly unique voices in leadership”, Wayne was educated at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.