Guiding Through Uncertainty
The CIO Executive Council’s three or six-part virtual development courses are designed to expand the capabilities of your organization’s leaders as strategic managers and motivators as organizations deal with more challenging remote workforce models. Sessions will focus on such key areas as building alignment, winning mindshare and growing the capabilities of others, while remaining empathetic to the unique opportunities and obstacles the organization and individuals may be facing.
The goal is to provide the tools, resources and strategic framework needed by leaders today to become more effective communicators and managers as they guide and inspire remote teams and others to be more innovative, collaborative and productive.
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GUIDING THROUGH UNCERTAINTY PROVIDES THE TOOLS, RESOURCES AND STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK NEEDED BY LEADERS TODAY.
KEY AREAS OF DEVELOPMENT:
MANAGING CHANGE IN TIMES OF DISRUPTION
Understand why people resist change. Learn about the emotional cycle of change to adjust employee perspective and create a healthy change attitude on your teams.
MAINTAINING BUSINESS FOCUS AND PRIORITIZATION
In a virtual world, it is important to not allow your team to get pulled into projects that do not provide value. Learn the three questions every leader should ask to help their team stay focused.
BUILDING TRUST AND LOYALTY
Dive into key strategies that support a leader’s ability to build a tolerance for risk while leveraging agility and collaborative skills.
MANAGEMENT AND DELEGATION TACTICS
Delegation can increase your productivity and open up new lines of communication to engage employees. Learn how this can encourage them to speak up and offer ideas to improve the work process.
Measurement and evaluation of a remote team. Learn tools and techniques for ensuring team accountability
Effective Communications and Collaboration
Discover how leaders become trusted advisors by building relationships through empathy, listening, and authentic connections.