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Remote Team Management: How to drive results while building cohesion
August 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT$40
Remote and/or hybrid work is becoming a reality that some love and some hate. As a leader in your organization, how can you make sure that no matter where and how your staff works that they do so collaboratively, effectively, and in line with your organizational values? In this workshop, we will talk through what individuals and the organization need to make this a reality. We will discuss the psychological needs in order to operate seamlessly together, tools that can assist in building team relationships, and techniques for running effective meetings. As an added bonus we will include a method for how your team can get to know each other right down to the personal values level and what that knowledge can do for your organization.
Robin Yates specializes in the areas of strategic planning, developing partnerships, program design and implementation, plus team and executive coaching. In her work as a nonprofit consultant, she is known for engaging, facilitated sessions that allow teams to collaborate effectively using tools and techniques from her experience both in the for-profit and not-for-profit worlds. Prior to starting her business in 2014, Robin spent 26 years at IBM, where she executed acquisitions and divestitures, negotiated outsourcing agreements, managed diverse teams, helped launch new businesses, and managed the ThinkPad brand across Europe, Middle East, and Africa.
A certified Women Business Enterprise with the city of New York, Robin now focuses solely on nonprofits and government agencies working to improve healthcare, social justice, and the environment. She is most recently served on the board of the Berkshire Kripalu Community and has previously served on the boards of Denver Partners and Colorado Women’s Employment and Education. Robin received her BS from Vanderbilt University, an Executive MBA from the University of Colorado, and Certificates in Arts Administration and Leadership Coaching from NYU.
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