In order to participate, become or remain a major player in today’s economy, companies have to be able to rely on effective leadership of technical and support teams whose members are scattered all across the world. Individuals who share responsibilities for common goals reside in geographically dispersed locations and have unique, distinctive requirements for leadership. Effective leaders need to quickly, confidently and competently diagnose potential problems and take deliberate actions to keep project team relationships, productivity and outcomes on track.
This course is designed for executives and managers tasked with building, maintaining and leading successful high performing virtual teams and organizations.
October 10, 2013
Course runs from 7:45 a.m.–12:00 p.m.. Registration fee includes course materials, campus parking and continental breakfast.