If technology easily connects people across time zones, professional functions and cultures, why is it still so hard to work together? Well, that is mainly because technology is not the 'culture-neutral' medium that managers often hope. Leadership and and management teams with international outreach (which increasingly means all management teams) tend to be diverse in terms of professional functions, home culture and personal temperament. Bringing them into the same virtual space doesn’t guarantee that diverse work styles form a cohesive unit that can get results.
Digital comfort zones: Why is remote teamwork so hard? (free webinar)
Join this webinar to discuss how introverts and extroverts, practical and social people can collaborate better in virtual spaces. Discover about fundamental differences between how people who represent four basic work styles share ideas, set goals, communicate, collaborate and evaluate results. Most importantly, learn how leaders can become the missing link between often conflicting styles within the team, regardless of their own temperament, cultural and professional background.
Date & time: 2021 Aprl 15, 16:00-17:30 Beijing time (Convert with thetimezoneconverter.com)
Platform: Zoho (click & join)
Free for all
Gabor Holch is an intercultural leadership consultant, coach, author and speaker who has served 100+ clients in 30+ countries. An expat since age 4, China-based since 2002 and working globally, Gabor is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) in English and Mandarin, certified consultant at the management academies of half a dozen global corporations and licensed in major assessment tools including DISC, the Predictive Index, NeuroColor and MBTI.