Paradigm Learning Launches New Remote Worker Training Program for Leading Accountable Virtual Teams

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To support organizations navigating this difficult time, Paradigm Learning has created Leading Accountable Virtual Teams, a one-hour, virtually facilitated training program on how to lead accountable virtual teams.

The program also includes follow-on resources for managers and team members, including reflection guides, team activities, checklists, and content refreshers. Participants will also receive access to further reading and team programs, including a guide to leading in tough economic times.

Transitioning to a distributed workforce model can be difficult at the best of times. When forced to make this transition with little to no training preparation, the difficulty and associated challenges are compounded.

To support organizations navigating this difficult time, Paradigm Learning has created Leading Accountable Virtual Teams, a one-hour, virtually facilitated training program on how to lead accountable virtual teams.

The program includes:

  • Best practices for creating a productive rhythm, culture, and structure for virtual teams
  • Navigating change and uncertainty in a dynamic marketplace as a leader of a team
  • Addressing challenges and roadblocks when teams are new to virtual work
  • Creating a culture of accountability with virtual teams

The program also includes follow-on resources for managers and team members, including reflection guides, team activities, checklists, and content refreshers. Participants will also receive access to further reading and team programs, including a guide to leading in tough economic times.

This new offering is perfect for organizations that are looking to foster a healthy and efficient work-from-home model with little time to spare.

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