Resources for leading remotely
Whether you’re a current leader or aspiring to lead, there’s never been a better time to demonstrate your capability to inspire your colleagues, bring people to consensus and support your team in reaching organizational goals. The UCOP Learning and Development team is here to help with resources for leading remotely.
Note: You will need to create and log into your free UCOP LinkedIn Learning account to access some resources. Here’s how to sign up.
Remarkable remote team
On Tuesday, Nov. 17, join us from 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. for a live virtual training, Remarkable Remote Team. This highly interactive online live workshop is designed to help remote teams overcome traditional and new challenges, leveraging the latest research in mindfulness and emotional intelligence along with the latest technologies, tools, and collaboration practices to maximize team performance and achieve crucial team goals. Register by Nov. 15.
Leading during difficult times
This year has brought about unprecedented challenges, making strong leaders needed more than ever. The LinkedIn Learning collection, leading and working in times of complexity and stress, contains ideas and practices from leaders across various organizations on leading during a crisis. Some are specifically about COVID-19 situations, while others are more general. Topics include trust, communication, supporting your team, resilience, managing stress (personal and team), change management and more.
Managing remote teams
The working remotely for managers LinkedIn Learning collection contains helpful tips on managing remote teams, creating connection, communicating remotely, successful remote meetings, managing time and balancing work-life, Zoom tips and more.
Culture and Connectivity initiative
Established by UCOP Operations to support staff during shelter-in-place requirements, the Culture and Connectivity Initiative website includes resources, activities and information to support remote-work experience. Check out this page for resources regarding managing remote teams and encourage your team and employees to check back frequently for newly updated supportive resources.
For questions or requests regarding professional development opportunities, contact email@example.com.
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