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E-Leadership: How to Be a Good Virtual Leader

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9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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Émilie Mazet
Émilie Mazet
Program Manager

New workplace setups made possible by the internet — remote work, mobile work, virtual work teams, multi-site businesses and more — are increasing the distance between people and changing how we communicate and connect with our teams. In this context, the very nature of what it means to be a manager is evolving. Even before the current crisis, the growing physical and virtual distance between people was becoming a major challenge for many organizations.

So how do we succeed in this new world? How can we ensure that everyone feels valued, committed to the organization and ready to put in the effort? How do we motivate and engage team members, create a sense of belonging, monitor progress and help employees achieve their performance objectives?

In short, how can we be good e-leaders?

GOALS

  • Understand the role of leadership and the effect of distance.
  • Tackle distance-related challenges and concerns to become a better e-leader.
  • Implement best practices in e-leadership: Three key components for success.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Professionals.
  • Consultants.
  • Executives.
  • Managers.
  • Management, leadership and e-leadership.
  • The impacts of remote management.
  • Overview of best practices.

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Half-day online course.
  • Dynamic, interactive teaching style with video clips and reflection activitiesl
  • Virtual discussions in small groups and as a class.
Eric Brunelle

MSc (Management); PhD (Technology Management)

Professor, HEC Montréal

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E-Leadership: How to Be a Good Virtual Leader

New workplace setups made possible by the internet — remote work, mobile work, virtual work teams, multi-site businesses and more — are increasing the distance between people and changing how we communicate and connect with our teams. In this context, the very nature of what it means to be a manager is evolving. Even before the current crisis, the growing physical and virtual distance between people was becoming a major challenge for many organizations.

So how do we succeed in this new world? How can we ensure that everyone feels valued, committed to the organization and ready to put in the effort? How do we motivate and engage team members, create a sense of belonging, monitor progress and help employees achieve their performance objectives?

In short, how can we be good e-leaders?

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GOALS

  • Understand the role of leadership and the effect of distance.
  • Tackle distance-related challenges and concerns to become a better e-leader.
  • Implement best practices in e-leadership: Three key components for success.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Professionals.
  • Consultants.
  • Executives.
  • Managers.
  • Management, leadership and e-leadership.
  • The impacts of remote management.
  • Overview of best practices.

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Half-day online course.
  • Dynamic, interactive teaching style with video clips and reflection activitiesl
  • Virtual discussions in small groups and as a class.
Eric Brunelle

MSc (Management); PhD (Technology Management)

Professor, HEC Montréal

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