Virtual Teams Series

Virtual Teams Series

Working in virtual teams (also described as dispersed, distributed, or remote teams) is becoming increasingly prevalent in today's workforce. While there are many benefits to working virtually, team members may sometimes feel disconnected, isolated, and frustrated by unclear communication processes and technological challenges.

We invite learners at all levels to a series of learning events on virtual teams. Delivered virtually, the discussions, mini workshops, and webcast exercises will enable participants to foster highly effective virtual teams.


Building Trust in a Virtual Team

Authentic human connection based on trust is vital to any organization's success. Top-performing virtual teams demonstrate high levels of trust, even while working at a distance, with team members who have never met each other in person. How do they achieve this trust? Join us for this important conversation to find out.

This third installment in our Virtual Team series focuses on developing and maintaining trust in a virtual team and will present some practical tools and strategies proven to build and strengthen trust.

Please share your relevant learning needs with us via our Transferable Skills GCcollab discussion. Future events in the Virtual Team series will be developed based on your feedback.

Date and time:
May 27, 2020 | 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (EDT)
Speakers:
  • Per Sekhon, Learning Advisor, Canada School of Public Service
  • Luc Hebert, Lead Results-Only Work Environment, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
  • Shairoz Moledina, Senior Manager, Employee Relations, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Moderator:
Robert Armstrong, Regional Manager, HR Programs, Public Services and Procurement Canada, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Language:
Bilingual with interpretation in both official languages
Location:
Available across Canada by webcast
Audience:
All public servants at all levels
Registration:

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Best Practices for Virtual Teams

This first learning event kicks off with a discussion focused on identifying best practices, tips, and tools for working in a virtual team, or leading one.

Date and time:

October 30, 2019 | 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (EDT)

Speakers:

  • Karen Dove, Learning Advisor, Canada School of Public Service
  • Luc J. Hebert, Lead, Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE™), People & Strategy, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (National Capital Region)
  • Chantal Seeton, Executive Director, Workplace Health & Diversity Directorate, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (National Capital Region)
  • Dr. Martine Durier-Copp, Director, Centre for Executive and Graduate Education, Dalhousie University

Moderator:

Robert Armstrong, Regional Manager, Canada School of Public Service (Halifax, NS)

Language:

Bilingual with interpretation in both official languages

Location:

Available across Canada by webcast

Audience:

All public servants


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