Pivot to Virtual Leadership
Help Leaders Excel in the Virtual Workplace
Has your company shifted to working from home? Or are you struggling people together across multiple locations?
Leading a remote workforce can be a challenge for leaders. It’s tough to keep people engaged. They may struggle to keep a pulse on how their team is feeling. And the leaders may be struggling without face-to-face interactions.
DDI has your leaders covered. We’re experts in delivering leadership development virtually. And we can help you build special programs that give them the right skills to support their teams in a virtual workplace.
of learning professionals say they’re shifting to virtual leadership programsDDI Data, 2020
Do You Really Know the Virtual Classroom?
Great leadership depends on human connection. That’s why it’s so important that leaders learn together. And it’s why the traditional classroom format has always been king for leadership development.
But you don’t have to give that up when your workforce goes virtual. Virtual classrooms are so much more than webinars or online training. They’re an engaging virtual environment where leaders connect and discuss. And they offer incredible flexibility to bring people together wherever and whenever works best.
Give Leaders Skills to Manage the Change
Virtual leadership can be difficult, especially for people who are used to a traditional office. Leaders and their teams may struggle to work remotely.
It may be hard to connect with one another. They may struggle with the pressure and personal motivation. And it can be a challenge to maintain morale.
To help, we’ve created virtual learning journeys designed specifically to meet this challenge. We can help your leaders build the skills they’ll need to manage the change with their teams. And we’ll help them learn to coach and engage their teams to not only survive, but thrive in the new virtual workplace.
We’re By Your Side to Make the Leap to Virtual Leadership
Making the switch to virtual leadership can be tricky. You need the right tech systems in place. You need a plan to roll it out. And you need to make sure your leaders and stakeholders are on board.
Don’t worry. Our leadership consultants have done this—a lot. And we can help you create a strategy for making the transition quickly and smoothly. We’re ready to walk with you on this (virtual) journey.
DDI was the only one of 20 providers that had all classroom courses proven ready to transition virtually.
— A multinational client with a global corporate university
Engage Leaders on a Virtual Platform
Leaders may need some extra support as they make the switch to a virtual workplace. On DDI’s Pinpoint platform, your leaders get powerful tools to help them practice their skills and plan tough conversations.
Even better? Pinpoint is the perfect place for microlearning. With targeted short courses on topics like leading virtual meetings, your leaders can get a quick burst of learning as they need it.
From my point of view, I would say that this program was nearly perfect, as it addressed all of our goals we had set initially for our talent.
— Global HR Manager
Many leaders are now faced with leading a virtual team for the first time. In this episode a panel of DDI leadership experts share practical advice for doing it right. (Episode 20)PODCAST
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