Next Webinar: Dealing with conflicts
Conflicts are part of any team work and human interaction. In this webinar we will look into basic principles of a mediation process as a way of dealing with conflicts over distance.
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Dealing with conflicts in remote teams
Better virtual meetings
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Critical Feedback in Remote Teams, December 15, 2015
Giving good feedback in a remote team can be quite a challenging task. We discussed how distance and cultural diversity have increased complexity, and gave tips how to deliver feedback virtually, and develop your feedback style.
Intercultural communication in Remote Teams, March 17, 2016
We discussed how cultural backgrounds influence the communication style of your team members, and shared a tool called start, stop, continue as a way to start a virtual discussion on cultural diversity to ultimately develop your own team culture.
Give Engaging Virtual Presentations, April 2016
In this webinar we show you how to improve how you present your ideas virtually, and how you engage your audience in the process. You can get the tips and lessons from this webinar in your email as a video course: Get it here!
Building Trust in Remote Teams, June 2016
This webinar took a close look at the concept of trust in teams and its importance for virtual collaboration. Can a team be productive without trust? What is trust? How do you make sure trust is established in your team?
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Meet the trainers
What others say about our trainings?
Some of the material seems obvious. But that’s the problem! We often forget or overlook the obvious. It’s very much worth the time investment.
Radical Inclusion is also a virtual team. There is much experience in all areas of virtual work. They know about what counts in this specific collaboration environment.
I learned the power of using visuals instead of powerpoint text slides in an intercultural and distributed team context.
I had never thought it could be possible to hold a conflict resolution meeting virtually. After the training, I know at least that I will try.
— Department head, Global controlling
No big theories, but one or two plausible concepts that helped me structure the team development process in my global project team.
— Project manager
What else do you need to know?
Each webinar last between 60 and 90 minutes and will be a mix of expert inputs and interactive exercises to anchor the knowledge. You will also receive handouts and we will give you exercises that you can do to transfer what you have learned into your day-to-day work.
Practical information, logistics
The Webinars will be hosted on Radical Inclusion’s Web Conferencing Tool (Zoom). You will need a high-speed internet connection, a computer with audio capabilities or a telephone; and a headset (headphone with a microphone).
It is advisable that you sit in a quiet and comfortable space for the duration of the Webinar, so you can fully focus.