Any team looking to increase the efficiency of their virtual working methods.
Only intra-company, for a new permanent or temporary team, or to improve an existing team. This can also be used to support an agile transformation, with self-organized squad teams with participants at multiple locations.
For 4 to 8 participants.
No prerequisites beyond enthusiasm for better virtual collaboration as a team. However, completing the Team Player workshop beforehand as a team is preferable.
Understand how a virtual team functions, its challenges.
Fluidify virtual work using simple digital tools, complementary roles, and a shared protocol.
Agree on rules of operation.
Active listening, flexibility, relating to others, results orientation, team self-management, letting go, collaboration.
Learning through doing.
With a maximum team of 4 to 8 participants with the support of an experienced practitioner.
A series of theoretical concepts, practice exercises and debriefs to practice virtual collaborative meetings. The team is an active participant in its own training, combining the contributions of participants with those of the team coach.
A digital remote team player certificate that can be integrated directly with your LinkedIn profile, certifying your acquisition of the new skills.
The participants will participate, each in their own environment, in two 1h30-long video conferences to experience a prepared and facilitated virtual meeting.
During the first video conference, after a short introduction, they will use simple tools to perform a certain number of tasks allowing them to reflect on their current practices. They will become aware of the challenges associated with this way of working: communication and confidence. They will each work on themselves to become more efficient in their virtual meetings through a better-defined protocol and roles.
In light of these initial learnings, a test between the two video conferences will allow them to identify room for improvement within their team.
During the second video conference, the team will put their learnings into practice on several topics of their choosing, using tools such as decision-making through consent. They will then debrief, to analyze what worked and what needs to be improved.