This e-training course is about successfully leading hybrid teams and shaping the new working reality between working remotely and in-person at the office with a view to the future. Participants learn how they can establish binding rules as a basis for hybrid collaboration and where the limits of hybrid work lie. In addition, despite the physical distance, hybrid team meetings and team spirit are two essential components of this e-training course. Other focal points are the concept of fairness and the individual needs of employees working from home and in person at the office.
macrolearningVirtual Teams—Motivation and Trust
Leading virtual teams is a skill that can be learned. The participants will learn how to motivate virtual teams remotely and in a media-appropriate way. They will learn to build trust between the individual team members working in different locations around the world. Another focus area of the e-learning course is for the participants to learn how to promote social networking in a team. In the last chapter, they will learn how to give effective feedback even remotely.
Communication is the fuel that powers all teamwork. This also applies to virtual teams. In this e-learning course, the participants will learn how to establish efficient communication in virtual teams. They will learn which digital media are suitable for which occasions and what they should think about when choosing the respective medium. Furthermore, the participants will learn to regulate the collaboration in their virtual team and to avoid media-induced misunderstandings. The e-learning course specifically addresses how virtual meetings must be conducted.
macrolearningLeading and Motivating Employees in Home Office
More and more often people are working from home. The basic tasks of managers remain the same; they are based on a combination of people-oriented and goal-oriented leadership. This results in five central challenges: building trust, achieving results, resolving conflicts, developing employees and motivating employees. However, these leadership challenges have to be mastered differently at a distance than they are in direct contact with employees. Participants learn how to do this in this e-training course.
microlearningBuilding a Personal Connection with My Remote Team is Challenging
Establishing a strong connection from a distance poses its challenges. The key is to engage regularly with your team members to foster a genuine bond.
microlearningMy Team Member's Resistance to Embracing Digital Advancements
Changes create uncertainty. Changes associated with digital innovations generate even more uncertainty. In this micro, you'll learn how to support your employees in embracing digital progress and working with it instead of against it.
microlearningI Have No Idea What My Team Member Actually Does in Home Office!
Regular check-ins, status reports, and collaboration platforms can help keep home-based workers engaged.
microlearningStrengthening Cohesion in Your Hybrid Team
Today, many teams are hybrid, meaning some employees work on-site and others remotely. Learn here how you can ensure strong cohesion in your hybrid team despite this physical distance.
microlearningPromoting Development for Home Office Employees
Home office employees need new and different skills, as well as equal opportunities for further training. This micro provides 5 tips to promote further development for home office employees.
microlearningSecuring Results When Working Remotely Despite the Distance
This micro is about the three most important steps on the way to efficient controlling, which also and especially works at a distance.
microlearningHold Hybrid Meetings Inclusively and Without Disruption
This micro is about holding meetings in a way that gives equal voice to onsite and remote stakeholders. The goal is to create an inclusive and disruption-free meeting setting.