Genghis Khan Never Did Webinars
Leading remote and even global teams can sometimes be overwhelming. Does it help to know that managing projects and people across time zones and borders is nothing new? Genghis Khan ruled half the known world and never sent an email or held a webinar. What did he know that today's organizations and project managers sometimes don't?
In this lively session, you'll learn
-What hasn't changed about leading remote teams in a thousand years- and what has
-The three timeless behaviors of team leaders: Aligning goals, accountability, and using the right technology in the right way
- What this means to PMs today.
Wayne Turmel is an author, speaker and president of GreatWebMeetings.com. For almost a decade, he has been an internationally recognized expert in the communication skills necessary to lead teams and projects at a distance. He's the author of several books including "Meet Like You Mean It- a Leader's Guide to Painless and Productive Virtual Meetings" and "10 Steps to Successful Virtual Presentations," and is a cofounder of the Remote Leadership Institute.