COMPASS FOR TEAM BUILDING: 5 Easy Ways to LEADING TEAMS TO SUCCESS

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TitleCOMPASS FOR TEAM BUILDING: 5 Easy Ways to LEADING TEAMS TO SUCCESS
WhenJuly 6th @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Description

Organizations have developed, in the globalized economy, the capacity to respond and adapt quickly in changing environments. Teams are foundational to ensure companies thrive, keep up and cater to predictable changes, and react to unpredictable challenges. COVID-19 is a worldwide pandemic that affected many organizations and creating an evolving new normal. Many teams are now remote, trying to adapt to these changing circumstances. Organizational leaders must lead their teams to a new workplace structure and enable them to re-engage and adjust to new ways of working. Virtual teams is a necessity to respond to the challenge of globalization, customer demands, and a new normal.

Objectives

Virtual teams are not new. However, many leaders may not be familiar with their intricacies. Many employees struggle to adjust to the format. Leaders who want to lead their teams to success must attend this session to:

  1. Organize virtual teams in the workplace
  2. Understand the nature of virtual teams: advantages and disadvantages
  3. Apply team leadership strategies for virtual teams’ effectiveness
  4. Apply strategies to enhance team trust and communication
  5. Apply strategies for leading global teams
Speaker NameJimmy J Godard
Speaker Description

J. Godard is the current past-president of the PMI Portland Chapter. He performs the functions of Program, Change, and Service Delivery Manager for Bank of America and has been with the company for 20 years. Jimmy maintains 18 years of project management and consulting experience working in the Finance and Information Technology Industries. He holds a Master Degree in Computer Information Systems, a Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in Information Systems and Technology. He is an instigator of process improvement and innovation with an unwavering determination to bring about results. He implements global changes in leading technology integration efforts for Infrastructure, End User Computing, Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures.

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