Webvent

Leading Virtual Teams

Tuesday, August 16, 2016 10:00am - 11:00am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Marya Danihel, Executive Consultant, Hemsley Fraser, Inc.

Leading virtual teams is one of the toughest tasks in today’s organizations. This webcast will help managers develop the intercultural competence and communication skills required when leading virtual teams. Attendees will learn to:

  • Identify the characteristics of a virtual team, including the challenges and opportunities of leading virtual teams, and apply key techniques to build trust with and among team members.
  • Define three key strategies for leading effective virtual teams and identify what virtual team members need and expect from virtual team leaders.
  • Apply virtual team leadership techniques and identify technologies for working on a virtual team and how to apply them effectively.

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Presenter

Marya Danihel
Marya Danihel

Executive Consultant, Hemsley Fraser, Inc.

Marya Danihel has more than 20 years' training and consulting experience in business communication, having worked with associates at all levels in organizations such as AT&T, CNN, Genzyme, Deloitte, and Toyota. She is also one of Hemsley Fraser's chief virtual facilitators for the delivery of federal government leadership courses. Her background as a stage, television, and radio performer informs both her on-site and online training.

Marya's other projects include editing books on estate planning and university teaching, contributing articles to lifestyle magazines, and writing for New Hampshire Public Television and Radio. Earlier work includes being a staff writer for a regional business magazine and a newspaper copy editor.


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  • Hemsley Fraser

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