Webvent Academy

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Managing a Virtual Workforce

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Erika Tedesco

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Do you, or your employees, work outside of a traditional office? That might mean working from home on occasional mornings or being completely based at your local coffee shop. Perhaps you supervise sales staff in a large geographic area or are responsible for a team of global technology professionals. Mobile workforces are a growing and permanent trend and management strategies need to keep pace.

This webcast will provide the basics of managing your mobile workforce—from supervisory tools to leadership techniques. You will be presented with the bedrocks of a successful virtual work arrangement, including learning the four questions to ask yourself before deciding if a virtual work arrangement is right for your job position. Discover how to better engage employees working offsite and how to reinforce your corporate culture. Finally, learn how to optimize technology to coach and counsel employees working in the virtual cloud.


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Erika Tedesco
Erika Tedesco

Erika Tedesco provides business management solutions including corporate training and business coaching to organizations of all sizes. Her specific area of interest is implementing learning innovations into small and mid-sized businesses, including e-learning and remote work arrangements. Erika has worked in many industries, including ten years in healthcare, and is now a professional development consultant with Turf Marketing Group. She is also on faculty at Kentucky Community and Technical College where she has spent eight years teaching online and live courses. She holds a bachelor of arts in communication from the University of Louisville and a master’s degree in communication from the University of Illinois. Learn more at www.erikatedesco.com.

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