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How to create team spirit when mainly working virtually
16 July 2020 |1:00 pm - 2:00 pm BST
Key Take Away:
There are many virtual communication tools. What’s the difference between using phone or using one of the many video conferencing tools? What features should you learn to use so you can increase team spirit, motivation?
With recent development many people were forced to use virtual tools, videoconferencing, etc. to communicate with their peers and their teams. For anybody not familiar for some time it was a big adjustment. When thinking about management and leadership, the question becomes, how to create or maintain a team spirit?
Areas Covered in the Session:
Tools available, strengths and weaknesses, how to use them, what to avoid, and how to engage.
Speaker: Axel Meierhoefer
Master’s degree in Organizational Management
Ph.D. in Leadership & Org change
• Born in Germany
• Joined Air Force and reached staff office level (O5) as a jet aviator for the German Air Force as well as an exchange officer with the US Air Force F-111. Retired from a 22-year career
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