How Do You Create an Efficient, Responsive Remote Organization?
The biggest challenge with a remote organization is accountability.
It can be very challenging to ensure everyone is producing what you need in order to deliver results.
One of the sad realities of remote work is that people are busy and tend not to pay attention to everything sent to them — even if it's something they are supposed to get done.
Countless business owners, managers and project managers face the same challenge: Keeping remote organizations producing.
But you can implement strategies to turn this around. Suppose you want to be a leader who produces results. How do you promote cross-functional collaboration to allow the organization to evaluate if the selected priorities are, in fact, achievable? Especially across a remote team.
If you want to be an inspiring leader who can focus a team on producing results, Keeping Teams on Track with Days of the Week is for you.
Keeping Teams on Track
with Days of the Week
Apply Remote Strategies to Transform Your Team's Performance
Imagine having a cross-functional team where everyone produces what they need when you need it.
Imagine getting those signoffs and approvals you need to move an imitative forward.
How can you get your team’s full attention to get the input you need to make important decisions?
Imagine a low-stress project, even with a large extended team.
Imagine everyone on track, bought in and moving toward a common goal that everyone has put effort into.
You can achieve results with lower stress - in less time - are you ready?
Meet Your Instructor
Kara Purdy has over 18 years of experience in remote management — spanning coaching, recruiting, training and project management. With a career including Cisco, Virtira. She is an experienced manager with a background in improving processes, allocating resources, and establishing productive relationships with key stakeholders. She has demonstrated the ability to adapt to changing circumstances, and a reputation for achieving results in fast-paced, deadline-driven environments. In her most recent role as Virtira Academy's Remote Training Manager, she engages audiences with stories that illustrate Virtira's decade-long experience creating high-performing remote teams.
She has demonstrated success working in the sales software and marketing industry, with a history of managing customer service teams, account management, brand management and negotiation skills.
She has a keen eye for detail and she is able to work effectively with people from all kinds of different working backgrounds.
This course is based on the new book on remote work, co-authored by Cynthia Watson and published by ForbesBooks.
Meet Your Expert
Course developer Cynthia Watson conceived and developed a global sales PMO (project management office) for one of the largest companies in the world, which had over 20 PMs keeping cross-functional global teams on track to help the sales organization perform better. She has run thousands of meetings for the world’s largest companies and is an author, researcher and consultant on making remote teams perform better.
Since doing her master’s thesis on telecommuting in 1993, she’s consulted, runs organizations and led teams — while travelling the world.
This framework was created and refined over a decade of running a completely virtual company that helps Fortune 500 run more effectively over a distance.
This course is based on the new book on remote work, co-authored by Cynthia Watson and Shane Spraggs, and published by ForbesBooks.
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Our Satisfaction Guarantee
If you’re not entirely satisfied with the content within the first 28 days, we’ll fully refund you the money you paid for the program, subject to a review of your course progress.