On-Demand: Leading Teams Remotely


Working remotely has become a sudden reality for many workplaces. Leaders who were used to leading in person have had to shift to working with their teams remotely, with little to no prior preparation. In order to lead effectively in this new environment, leaders must change some of their practices. Fortunately, we have already learned a great deal about what works well for managing remote teams in the current environment as well as through historical best practices. This workshop presents the essential principles and best practices of remote leadership, while exploring potential pitfalls and opportunities that come from leading remotely. Participants will be challenged to apply the principles from this workshop to how they lead their own teams in their unique environments.

Price: $99.00 CAD

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Continuing Education Credit Hours (CEU) 2

Some of the Topics Reviewed

  • Understanding Your Role in Leading Remotely
  • Pitfalls & Opportunities of Remote Leadership
  • How to Communicate Effectively with Your Team
  • How to Create & Sustain Engagement at a Distance
  • Asking Good Questions to Support Remote Work
  • Empowering Your Team with Clear Expectations
  • Leading Team Meetings at a Distance

Learning Objectives

At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the pitfalls and opportunities of remote leadership
  • Incorporate strategies to better engage employees
  • Describe how to communicate effectively with remote individuals and teams

About this Workshop


Wendy Loewen, Managing Director

Wendy Loewen, Speaker at ACHIEVE's Women in Leadership ConferenceWendy is the Managing Director of ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership and co-author of The Culture Question and Don’t Blame the Lettuce. She is a thoughtful and empowering leader who believes in the importance of listening to the needs and aspirations of people, and then facilitating the next step in their development. Wendy is vice president of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Manitoba. She is a former teacher and director of a health and social services program. Wendy has a Master’s degree in Conflict Analysis and Management, and Bachelor’s degrees in both Psychology and Education. She believes that learning is a dynamic and lifelong endeavor, and with commitment and guidance, the process should be enjoyable and motivating. Wendy is an engaging presenter who delivers material in a way that maximizes the learning potential for all participants.

Target Audience

This is an intermediate-advanced level workshop for leaders, managers, supervisors, and anyone providing leadership within an organization.