Leading Remotely

How to adapt your leadership to be effective in a remote or hybrid environment

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In a nutshell

Rather than simply adapting their ‘working from home’  policy, leaders and organisations need to learn and embrace effective remote working methods. Effective remote leadership requires the presence of four key drivers. 

Firstly, trust is critical as remote leaders must ensure that team members feel confident in collaborating and performing. Secondly, communication plays a crucial role in keeping the team together, and leaders need to ensure that team members understand the goals and priorities of the organisation. Thirdly, flexibility is important as remote work environments are often dynamic, and leaders need to be open to new ideas and ways of working. 

Finally, technology is necessary to facilitate communication, collaboration, and productivity in a remote work environment. By focusing on these four drivers, remote leaders can create a positive and productive work environment for their team members.

In this 3 hr session we will:
  • Explore your remote leadership challenges
  • Discuss the 4 drivers of effective remote leadership
  • Share asynchronous working practices and other tactical applications to overcome these challenges
What impact can this have for our team
  • Clarity for your team with the autonomy to execute
  • Engender engagement from remote teams


Ian Forshew (he/him)
Coach, leadership expert, facilitator, innovation guide. Lean startup expert.
Carlo Risi (he/him)
Leadership, future thinking, strategy execution, decision-making, team coach, facilitation
Nicola Skorko (she/her)
ICF accredited executive leadership coach, team coaching, creative facilitator and neuroscience expert.
Ben Foulkes (he/him)
Leadership, facilitator, innovation and strategy consulting
Phil Corke (he/him)
Purposeful Leadership, Innovation, Resilience, Agility, Experimentation, Mentoring, Executive Facilitation
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