Best practices for virtual teams (rebroadcast)
In October 2019, the Canada School of Public Service, in partnership with Dalhousie University, invited learners at all levels to a series of learning events on virtual teams.
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.
By popular demand, we're rebroadcasting the first learning event in the series which focuses on identifying best practices, tips, and tools for working in a virtual team, or leading one.
- Karen Dove, Learning Advisor, Canada School of Public Service
- Dr. Martine Durier-Copp, Director, Centre for Executive and Graduate Education, Dalhousie University
- Luc J.D. Hebert, Lead, Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE™), People & Strategy, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
- Chantal Seeton, Executive Director, Workplace Health & Diversity Directorate, Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Robert Armstrong, Regional Manager, Canada School of Public Service