Whether you have individual remote employees or satellite offices, occasional or always remote staff, national or international workers, you probably have the same challenge: Figuring out how to lead a virtual team. Anyone who's experienced the transition from a traditional to a virtual work environment knows it isn't as simple as it may sound. It's a workplace design that benefits employees and organizations so it will only increase in popularity. What's a leader to do? Through storytelling and cutting-edge research, Amy reveals best practices for virtual communication and remote team development.
Price Range: $3,000-$5,000
Gig Length: 60 - 240 minutes
What to Expect
Whether you have individual remote employees or satellite offices, occasional or always remote staff, national or international workers, you probably have the same challenge: Figuring out how to lead a virtual team. Anyone who's experienced the transition from a traditional to a virtual work environment knows it isn't as simple as it may sound. It's a workplace design that benefits employees and organizations so it will only increase in popularity.
Amy shares practical ideas and solutions associated with the challenges of today's growing remote workforce. She uses stories, research and experiential challenges to deliver meaningful content in a way that inspires leaders to take action.
Dr. Amy Jauman is the Chief Education Officer and Owner of Remotely Smart, a virtual company that provides professional development support to remote and traditional organizations. She worked as the Learning and Development director of a fortune 500 company for nearly a decade, designing and managing education programs for an international remote workforce before creating her own consulting firm. Since she began her work as Remotely Smart, Amy has worked with every size organization from Fortune 100 to small business owners – meeting each where they are by supporting development programs to meet their educational needs.
Amy has a master's degree in experiential education and a doctorate in organization development. Amy's doctoral research focused on exploring how the learning styles of remote workers and the educational delivery methods of their organizations affected employee happiness and productivity. Since completing her research, she's had the opportunity to manage a fully online program currently being delivered in developing countries, support the conversion of an MBA program from a traditional to a blended format, and create and deliver multiple virtual teams courses online and in a traditional classroom.
Amy is also a Certified Social Media Strategist and Instructor with the National Institute of Social Media. She is one of 58 members representing 12 countries in the inaugural class of the Prezi Educator Society. Currently, she is an adjunct professor in the St. Catherine University Business Department and the St. Mary's University of Minnesota MBA program.
Additional Booking Notes
Depending on the presentation, I either use Prezi as a presentation (workshops, technical instruction) or no presentation. Often times I just need a lavalier...since I talk with my hands, microphones aren't always the best option for me!
Past Booked Events
|June 15, 2016 • 10:00am - 11:30am||Leading Virtual Teams|
Lavalier, projection/audio (depending on presentation)
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