In this 1-day workshop we will explore various tools and techniques to increase a sense of team and also look at ways to improve team communication. As organizations continue to grow flatter and increasingly become more global, remote teams need to acquire new skills to build trust with one another and overcome the perceived distance.
When we participate in and facilitate online meetings it’s important that we can embrace different cultural work styles to engage all team members. We will look at tips and tools to facilitate virtual meetings to get the most engagement and interaction from your team.
As our subject is collaboration in virtual team work, we will together explore a range of online tools as well as learn from activities that simulate the virtual environment.
The workshop is taught from a global perspective and is drawing on mindsets and tools from agile methodology and intercultural theory as developed by Global LEAP Consulting. Another portion of the content is from the Work Together Anywhere Workshop by Collaboration Superpowers/Lisette Sutherland.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have:
Date & Time: Monday October 9, 2017, 9am - 5pm
Location: Munich, Germany (COKREA, www.cokrea.com Nordenstr. 64)
Early Bird Price: 390 € per person if you sign-up by September 25, 2017
"Energetic sessions. Line is thoughtful and very knowledgeable", Rosemary King
"Open, flexible, Line is a great communicator", Richard Scott-Will-Harknett
"Line really cared about us and created a safe, engaging learning experience", Christine Brautigam
Senior Business Consultant + Interculturalist + Global Facilitator & Speaker. I have 10+ years experience in leading, developing, and delivering cross-cultural learning solutions (f2f and engaged virtual learning sessions) to global organizations and their teams. Within the last years my curiosity has driven me towards Improv as a learning tool, innovation processes, Agile Management, and Design Thinking. Originally from Denmark, lived globally for 21 years, current home in rural setting east of Portland, OR