In the age of continuous evolution, especially after Covid-19, leaders need to learn new skills. Becoming more agile to work with a remote team and deal with an immediate crisis is key. Before the pandemic, most leaders were expected to be in charge. Suddenly, the shift to a remote workforce and a more volatile environment posed tremendous challenges for them. Four CARE practices will help leaders to become more agile: connect, attend, respect and empower.
After attending this webinar, you should be able to:
- Describe the new challenges to lead a remote team
- Identify the four CARE practices: connect, attend, respect and empower.
- Learn new tools to improve online collaboration
About the speaker:
Luciana Paulise (a.k.a Lu) is a culture coach, speaker and author. She is MBA, Quality Engineer and Certified Scrum master. Luciana has contributed to multiple international media outlets such as Forbes, ThriveGlobal and Quality Progress, and she is the author of the book 5S Your Life. Lu has helped a wide range of companies, from small businesses to corporations, to transform their culture to become more agile, engaged and innovative. She is the CEO of Biztorming Training & Consulting LLC. Luciana is an ASQ senior member, ASQ West South-Central Regional Deputy Director and VP of Innovation for the Argentina-Texas Chamber of Commerce, and has served for various non-profits as chair and advisor. She is bilingual English-Spanish.
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