Whether you are preparing to return to work, adjusting to a hybrid model, or settling into fully remote status, your teams are going through a lot right now. Are you ready to help them?
This new Stanford Online program, Leading from Home, will set you up to take on any management scenario with grace, humor, and success!
Leading from home doesn’t have to be an obstacle to great work. It is an opportunity to retool, to learn how to meet new challenges in creative ways, and to make your team stronger — and happier. This new workshop will give you the tools to thrive as a remote leader.
16 May 2022 – 19 May 2022
US $2,500 | US $2,800 after Apr 11
Group pricing is available. Payment is due upon admission. Your space is secured upon receipt of full payment.
Over the four days, you will explore with Stanford professors leadership principles that have been redefined by remote work, and frameworks for adjusting your management style to match the new needs of your team.
You will learn how technology affects us psychologically so you can tackle challenges like:
- Battling “Zoom fatigue”
- Having tough conversations virtually
- Keeping your strong team culture intact while you’re all remote
- Coordinating your team’s activities when you can’t “pop by their desks”
- On-boarding new team members from a distance
In these live online sessions, you will tap into cutting-edge research on managing from a distance, and identify challenges of managing hybrid teams and how to avoid them. This workshop includes:
- Informal “coffee chats” with instructors and other participants
- Breakouts and exercises with managers in different industries from all over the world
- Access to course material and recorded sessions for two weeks after the conclusion of the program
- A networking list of participants who wish to stay connected with their peers
Who Should Attend
Professionals who lead or manage a distributed group, from cross-functional team leads to the C-suite, in just about any industry, will gain valuable insights from this program.
Learning with colleagues from across your organization can lead to better communication, increased collaboration, and real change. We encourage you to enroll in this program as a group.
This program is taught by faculty from Stanford Graduate School of Business and the School of Engineering.