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    January 2021 Chapter Meeting- Strategies for Leading Managing & Engaging Teams in a Remote Work Environment

    Date: January 21, 2021, 11:45am
    Greater Baton Rouge SHRM
    $0.00 Members/Non-Members
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    Chris N. Cheetham-West, MBA is an international speaker, author, and President of LR Training Solutions. Formerly, he served in a position at Google where he managed the area of marketing key products. Not only did his career take him to 48 states, he also conducted presentations to teams in Germany, Canada, and France. Chris helps teams save time and focus on what truly matters, by using the latest tools to collaborate online. He was awarded the Nido Quebain scholarship from National Speakers Association for his MBA. He helps organizations as an remote teams keynote speaker and trainer. Chris has worked with teams at global brands such as: Mercedes-Benz, Canon, and other companies. He is a speaker who always shares a wealth of actionable ideas that leaders can use right away to make a difference in their team's success.

    Working on remote and virtual teams can be a challenge. If you are a manager of a remote workforce, you may face problems with handling people who are not in front of you on a daily and weekly basis. Maintaining culture and having team members feel connected is crucial for growth. This presentation will provide the proven strategies that can help your organization have successful remote teams.


    • Learn how to best maintain company values and culture while working remotely
    • Learn how to best utilize the latest online technology to collaborate
    • Learn motivational ways to keep team members accountable in order to reach goals
    • Keep remote teams excited with new ways to connect on a daily basis
    • Find out the best way to manage virtual teams
    • Learn the characteristics of great virtual teams
    • Evaluating technological resources while managing remote virtual teams
    • Sharing workload expectations, deadlines, priorities and schedules
    • Maintaining team morale, productivity and engagement on remote teams