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Evaluate Yourself As A Virtual Leader

Evaluate Yourself As A Virtual Leader

Join Vernon Roberts, Founder, and Laura Pierce, Co-founder, at Evoke Virtual to learn how you can bridge the "virtual distance" to engage a global team successfully using five simple questions to evaluate yourself. Register to attend our FREE webinar: “5 Important Questions To Evaluate Yourself As A Virtual Leader,” on Monday, October 23, at 11 AM ET. See additional details below:

  • Topic: 5 Important Questions To Evaluate Yourself As A Virtual Leader
  • Date: Monday, October 23, 2017
  • Time: 11 AM EST (60 minute session)
  • Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early
  • Speaker: Vernon Roberts, Founder, and Laura Pierce, Co-founder, at Evoke Virtual
  • Register: 5 Important Questions To Evaluate Yourself As A Virtual Leader

About the Session:

Over 80% of the global workplace now works as part of a virtual team. As leaders, we continually have to adapt to changes in location and capabilities in order to build effective virtual teams. Your team’s ability to meet organizational outcomes is impacted by more than just geography. Virtual leaders have to bridge the "virtual distance" to engage a global team successfully. Using five simple questions to evaluate yourself, you will be able to identify where you need to grow as a virtual team leader. At evoke virtual, we have identified five key characteristics of successful virtual team leaders. Based on those, we will share practical tips to help you:

  • Build trust with team members you rarely see
  • Foster collaboration in virtual team meetings
  • Encourage engagement and participation of all members of a virtual team
  • Know how to communicate authentically in the virtual environment

About the Speakers:

Vernon Roberts and Laura Pierce with Evoke Virtual

Evoke Virtual: Evoke has helped people become strong communicators at small businesses and Fortune 500 companies, both domestically and internationally, for over a decade. Their business model focuses on developing team communication and collaboration potential and bringing it forward to "evoke" success. The organization provides solutions to meet the needs in the virtual world. Their goal is to transform and unlock the team's potential. Evoke offers well-tested frameworks and coaching to help build skills that support communications virtually or in person.

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