How to Build Resilience and Talent in Remote Teams

April 26, 2016

Lynn Copp, The Worklife CompanyWebinar recording from
May 3, 2016

Lynn Copp,
The Worklife Company

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Discover new ways of managing and leading remote teams to help build their resilience and release their potential.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • What is resilience and why is it important?
  • The 5 tips to building resilience in a virtual team
  • How resilience impacts talent and potential in others
  • The 4 natural resources managers can use to develop future-proofed talent

What is resilience, and why does it matter when managing remote teams? In this webinar ‘How to Build Resilience and Talent in Remote Teams’, we’ll hear from Lynne Copp, Founder & MD of The Worklife Company, an organisational development consultancy. Lynne is an expert in leadership coaching and work life balance with over 16 years’ experience. She’s also the author of the award-winning book Dancing ‘Round the Handbags, about self-development and achieving work-life balance.

One of the most challenging parts of managing a remote team is creating a sense of belonging – an important part in keeping healthy, happy, productive workers. So how do you encourage this when you have a virtual work environment and your team’s spread across the world? Lynne’s session will teach you all about resilience (or ‘bounce-back-ability’, as she calls it), why this is a crucial part of building a strong feeling of community and how making mistakes can help you ‘survive, strive and thrive’ both personally and professionally.

This hour-long webinar features Lynne’s presentation, as well as a short Q&A session afterwards where she answers questions submitted from the audience. Whether you’re a manager of a remote team or not, this is definitely worth a watch.

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