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|October 16||Drive a Accountable Collaborative Culture in a Virtual World||Cynthia Clay|
|October 22||Behind the Screens: Secrets to Successful Synchronous Online Events||Tammy Olson, Karen Hyder, and Melissa Chambers|
Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 12:00 PM PT
Two of the enemies of productive teamwork are tension and conflict. Many employees have yet to develop the skills to navigate these tensions when they arise either face-to-face or in virtual teams. The result may be breakdowns in communication and productivity that, over time, diminish trusting relationships.
How can you increase the capacity of groups within your organization’s virtual teams to be accountable to each other and to their common goals? It starts by showing employees how to resolve conflict directly, contribute constructively, and build relational capital in every interaction.
Join us in this one-hour webinar to learn how to build accountability and collaboration in your organization. This webinar introduces the practical, proven methods contained in Peer Power: Transforming Workplace Relationships, by Cynthia Clay and Ray Olitt, applied to work in a virtual world.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 10:00 AM PT
Tammy Olson, Karen Hyder, and Melissa Chambers
Just about anyone with a computer, an Internet connection, and a headset can produce and lead a virtual class, webinar, or other synchronous online event, but challenges almost inevitably arise. Join us as we talk with three experts on designing and producing successful synchronous online events. We’ll review several real-life challenges, discuss how we can meet these challenges with grace and ease, and learn what really happened.
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