Improve the Effectiveness of Your Virtual Teams and Their Leaders

Virtual teams aren’t new, but they’re becoming much more prevalent today and revolutionizing the ways companies do business.

Maintaining work relationships in a virtual setting presents its own set of challenges. When team members are located in different geographies and face-to-face contact is limited, there are fewer opportunities to build relationships, enhance trust, and manage accountability.

Unfortunately, many organizations haven’t adopted best practices for setting people up for success in a virtual environment, which means that many leaders and their teams need to figure it out their own.

Leading a virtual team may not seem very different from leading a team in person. However, it is one of the most difficult jobs in business today. In fact, our research on virtual teams has found that one in every four virtual teams is not fully functional.

OnPoint can help you enhance your virtual teams’ performance by developing best practices to conduct effective virtual meetings, hold employees accountable, build trust and strong relationships, and manage conflict from a distance.

That’s Where We Come In

OnPoint offers training for virtual teams and virtual leaders in a variety of formats, including 90-minute, instructor-led online programs and 30-minute, self-directed e-learning programs. In addition, our series of Leading From a Distance topics can be combined based on your needs and delivered face-to-face in half or full-day sessions. Training sessions can also be tailored to fit your company’s objectives and challenges.

Additional Resources

Check out the following resources for leading and collaboration in a distance. Ready to get started or have more questions? Contact us today.


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