COVID19 turned anyone with a broadband access into a global problem-solver. But like connected cars and fridges, virtual teams come with built-in flaws. Professional communities are complex systems that take years or decades to reach an equilibrium in speed, quality, risk tolerance, helpful and unwelcome behaviours. New ties are bound to start with resistance and develop into collaboration over time. Dramatic changes, the sort that disrupted almost every team in the world last year, force people to relearn how to work together. In this webinar, Shanghai-based intercultural leadership consultant Gabor Holch shares worst-practice examples from his decade-long experience consulting virtual leadership teams, and then the best-practice counterparts that help team members and leaders overcome the typical hurdles of virtual collaboration: misalignment between individual and cultural work styles, unclear tasks, hiding in digital forests and more.
We look forward to seeing you!
Also, be sure to check this year's complete Online Reunion program.