Helping you to build strong remote collaboration
Virtual Instructor-Led Session
Research & Development
Effective Remote Working
9am - 1pm
What You Will Learn
1.Examine impacts of the barriers to effective remote co-working
2.Evaluate the differences between a high trust in comparison to low trust environments
3.Identify the ingredients to a collaborative remote environment
4.Increase trust in remote working teams through 5 trust domains
5.Develop immediate action plans to spark the trust-building process
What Is The Session About?
Researchers (US Study, 2017) found that compared with people at low-trust companies, people at high-trust companies reported:
-74% less stress
-50% higher productivity
-106% more energy at work
-13% fewer sick days
-76% more engagement
-29% more satisfaction in their lives
-40% less burnout
In its 2016 global CEO survey, PwC reported that 55% of CEOs think that a lack of trust is a threat to their organization’s growth.
As organisations shift to remote working to adapt to the current pandemic, it has challenged the typical approach to managing and collaborating in teams. The sudden transition to remote working can result in a decrease in cohesion and efficiency. It is difficult to now sustain a workplace culture and trust that comes more easily to co-located teams.
Discover how to set your remote team up for success by creating a remote environment that is collaborative, efficient, and empowers team members to do their best work. Pick up tips and strategies on the best way to communicate in your remote working team. Learn how to build trust and increase productivity to break down those remote co-working barriers.
Virtual Facilitator & Change Consultant
Ramesh Muthusamy has been in field of Learning and Development since 2002.He is currently at the helm of Alvigor OD’s Learning & Development Unit.
HIS SPEAKING & PRESENTATIONS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Ramesh ranked as the Best Speaker in the International Debates called “Bridging Minds” in 1997
He was the team captain for the Singapore Press Holdings Geography Challenge 1998 which involved creating Informative Presentations based on Singapore’s Challenges and Socio-Political Issues
He won the Pan South East Asia Public Speaking Championships in 2002 beating contestants from 6 Asian Countries Including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Brunei
In 2002 he was competed with a few thousand contestants and emerged as the 2nd Ranking Speaker outside of North America (Contestants came from countries like Australia, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Latin America, Europe)
In 2006 he won the Singapore Orator Award
In 2011 he once again emerged as a District Champion in Public Speaking and competed in Las Vegas.
Has trained a few hundred participants over the years to become more effective in a short period of time through his special intensive Scaffolded Methodology©.